TAMPA - Each year, the Tampa Greek Festival attracts thousands of people to St. John Greek Orthodox Church.
It features fresh, authentic Mediterranean meals, luscious desserts, a kafenion (coffee bar), and lively, spirited Greek dancers.
Guests old and young are invited to dance together until the midnight hour, bringing the sweet strains of live Greek music to the streets of South Tampa.
There's also free tours of the church, shopping, a children's play area, and advance to-go orders.
November 10 - Saturday - 11 a.m. to Midnight
November 11 - Sunday - 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Admission is $2 at the door, but free for military members and their families, as well as children under age 12.
St. John Greek Orthodox Church is located at 2418 W. Swann Avenue (corner of Swann and Armenia Ave.) in Tampa.
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