Opa! The Taste of Greektown

Is there anything more satisfying than lighting a plate of saganaki on fire and yelling, “Opa!” with a bunch of strangers?

Maybe eating the saganaki? Eh, no… there’s nothing.

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Now in it’s 26th year, the Taste of Greektown blends Old World traditions with present-day inventiveness to give you a one-of-a-kind Hellenic experience… and gyros. We love gyros.

Participating Restaurants

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Basically, the best of Greektown is at your disposal.

 

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What Else?

We could show you, or we could tell you. Or… we could do both. Here it is.

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Shopping, clothing, wine, more olive oil than you could ever imagine, games for children, dancing, art, and performances. Rumor has it that Plato may even make an appearance, though this is unconfirmed speculation. 

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Where Is It?

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400 S. Halsted and the surrounding area, in Greektown, on the Near West Side.

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When Is It?

Saturday and Sunday, August 22-23rd from noon to 11pm daily.

Cost?

Free to attend, but food, drinks, and goods will undoubtedly cost you. Expect standard food fest prices.

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