By: Value News | Category: In Our Communities | Issue: September 2021
In light of rising health concerns in Oklahoma, the Tulsa Greek Festival is combining our popular drive-thru model with the exciting entertainment of our traditional festival.
Open for two weekends, Sept. 17-18 and 24-25, from 11 a.m.-9 p.m.!
Our priority is to maintain the health and safety of our community, volunteers and our valued guests. Although we had initially planned to host a full, in-person festival in September to celebrate our 60th anniversary, we now welcome you all to experience Authentic Greek food PLUS entertainment of the Tulsa Greek Festival from the safety and comfort of your own vehicle! Enjoy dancing, cooking demonstrations and more while sipping on a Frappe as you drive-thru to pick up your order. We are excited to share this unique experience of our food and culture with the people of Tulsa as we have for the past 60 years.
We’re extending our drive-thru menu to include EVEN MORE Authentic Greek Favorites! In addition to Lamb and Chicken Dinners, Gyros and Pastitsio, we’ll be offering the following: Spanakopita, Saganaki and Frappe!
1222 S. Guthrie Ave. | Tulsa, OK
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