So the St. Nicholas Greek Festival is not new to me. It’s the first Greek Festival I’ve ever been to and the main comparison I use to other Greek Festivals. It’s filled with great food and desserts and an ever-growing amount of people who go each year.
Taking place on a limited amount of space and parking, Lorain city officers direct traffic onto the grass for overflow parking. There’s also a drive-thru lane for chicken or lamb gyros and a section for the kids.
Most activities take place inside the church building though, which has of a long, rather narrow, circular hallway where people squeeze past each other.
In the back, past tables of crafts and more people, you’ll need to squeeze through in busy hours and remind yourself that maybe you shouldn’t be getting any desserts if you have to squeeze too hard 🙂
But the food is great. 4 dollar moussaka (eggplant, ground meat and bechamel sauce).