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Eat your face off at Vancouver's Greek Summerfest 2016

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DH Vancouver Staff Jun 28, 2016 3:25 am

Did you miss out on all the delicious offerings at Vancouver’s Greek Day? Well, lucky for you, a taste of Greece is still within reach.

Vancouver Greek Summerfest is returning to the city for their 30th consecutive year, bringing you delicacies like barbecued lamb and loukoumades, a traditional Greek dessert.

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The festival is completely free to enter, and on top of some of your Mediterranean food favourites, there will be traditional Greek dancing and music.

Each year, more than 40,000 people attend the festival that’s right on the border of Burnaby and Vancouver from all over the Metro area. Be prepared for 10 full days of all things Greek from July 7 to 17.

Still not convinced? Just check out their menu. Who can resist gyros, spanakopitas, and souvlaki?

Vancouver Greek Summerfest 2016

When: Thursday, July 7 to Sunday, July 17; Monday to Thursday: noon to 10 pm and Friday to Sunday: noon to 11 pm

Where: St. Nicholas and Dimitrios Greek Orthodox Church – 4641 Boundary Road, Vancouver

Cost: Free to enter


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