Tacoma Greek Festival Quick Start Guide

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You’ll need tokens to buy food and drink in the tent, as well as appetizers, a la carte food items and beverages in the dining room. Purchase tokens at the token booth in the tent.

Full service sit-down lunch and dinner meals in the dining room require ticket purchases. Buy meal tickets inside the dining room.

The Greek Pastry Shop and the Orthodox Shop, located upstairs, accept cash, charge and debit cards.

Essentially, all Greek pastries and breads are hand made here in the St. Nicholas kitchen.

On Stage: Greek Folk Dance Performances

St. Nicholas proudly presents the young people of our Parish, performing traditional folk dances from Greece. These dances and the music are hundreds, if not thousands, of years old. Our dancers wear costumes indicative of those traditionally worn by men and women at special occasions, originating in a different part of the country.

All of our youth dancers are parishoners at St. Nicholas. Our dancers range in age from just 4 years old to about 19.

In the tent

Token Booth: $1 per token. Easist to buy as $10 bags. You may return unused tokens for a full refund.

Food Booths: Gyros, Calamari, Greek Fries*, Greek Salad*, Souvlakia, Loukoumathes*, and Blessed Hot Dogs

Coffee Shop: Greek Coffee and a selection of Greek pastries made in our kitchen. 

Beverage Booth: Greek & Domestic Beer & Wine, Sodas, & Bottled Water.

Deli: Selection of cheeses, chocolates, herbs, olive oils, olives, dolmathes, and more. 

Import Shop: Jewelry, t-shirts, books, etc.

Hands of Love Ministry: Hand made items for sale. 100% of the proceeds go to St. Nicholas.

Monastery Goods: Hand-crafted items from Orthodox nuns in Goldendale – scented soaps, hand-painted candles, and gift packs.

Downstairs dining room

Restaurant-like sit-down lunch and dinner. Also, a la carte dinner items, appetizers, beer, wine, coffee, & tea.

Served on Friday and Saturday:

  • Kotopoulo Riganato: Baked Chicken

  • Fish Plaki: Baked White Fish

Served on Sunday:

  • Kotopoulo Riganato: Baked Chicken

  • Roast Lamb with garlic and herbs (Sunday only)

All dinners include Greek salad with Feta cheese and olives, braised string beans, rice pilaf, bread, coffee or tea.

appetizers

Sold a la carte in the dining room.

Dolmathes: Grape leaves stuffed with ground beef and rice (Served with avgolemono sauce)

Spanakopita: Phyllo pastry filled with spinach, feta cheese, & onions (Sunday only)

Tyropitakia: Light, warm, & flaky cheese pies.

Upstairs

Greek Pastry Shop: Boxed Greek pastries and Greek bread.

Church Tours: See the Sanctuary of the church and learn about the Orthodox Faith. Tour times are posted outside of the Sanctuary. Proper Attire is requested. No eating, drinking in this area.

Orthodox Shop: Literature on the Orthodox Faith, crosses, icons, religious items, books and much more.

Special Notes

The entire interior of the church, including the tent, is a non-smoking facility.

Alcohol must be consumed inside the tent or in the dining room. It is illegal to consume alcohol outdoors on church property.

We reserve the right to refuse service.

In case of an emergency, please report it immediately to the Token Booth.

The Lost & Found is located at the Token Booth.