Our Food

Atlanta’s Taste of Greece provides a rich and varied menu prepared by

passionate volunteers who want to share their heritage - and authentic cuisine.

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Now you can enjoy Atlanta’s Taste of Greece the way Greeks do - surrounded by warm hospitality.

  • The bounty of the Mediterranean finds its way to our Festival tables, complemented by light fresh white wines, or complex reds.

  • Some of the best olive oil on the planet comes from the olives cultivated in Greece for millennia.

  • World-class cheeses - like mizithra, feta and haloumi - top pasta dishes and Greek salads or are flambéed as saganaki.

  • Many meals start with “mezze” - small bites of delightful appetizers meant to pair with lighter wines or aperitifs.

  • For big family feasts, Sunday dinner, and village festivals, you’ll find that the acidity of lemon, oregano and garlic balance the richness in chicken, lamb, and vegetable dishes.

  • One of today’s most popular “street” foods are the Gyro and Souvlaki - served wrapped in a pita with toppings, or freshly skewered on a stick.

  • And we cannot forget dessert. Or an afternoon cup of sweet Greek coffee and some pastries.

 

 
 

Traditional Food Tent

Drive-Thru Menu

MeZze Tent Menu

Pastries and Dessert Menu

Beverages Menu

Recipes

 
 

Familiar with Greek food?  

Travelers, merchants, natives, and a variety of world empires traveling the ancient and modern geography of Greece have all enjoyed (and contributed to) the multi-layered flavors of one of Europe’s richest cuisines.

Want to learn more? Try some of these articles and recipes