Oakland Greek Festival 2010

When
Fri May 14, 2010
Where
Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension
Time
10am - 11pm
Tags
City, City Events
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Description

A couple of Greek Pastries (Glyko),
and then a couple of sprints around the
dance floor. A savory lamb sandwich
followed by a stroll through the rich
marketplace (Agora). It’s the Greek
way - everything in moderation. A
real vacation spent in the midst of
authentic Greek culture, simply by
coming to the Oakland Hills.
Another Greek word ‘Economia’
means spending wisely. You can enjoy
all our tasty Greek treats lovingly
prepared with the freshest ingredients,
all at affordable prices.
Our families and friends have
all come together donating a
lot of love, time and ingredients.
The result is the world’s tastiest Greek
delights that draws so many different
people to the Oakland Greek Festival.
We have homemade Baklava,
Moussaka and even flaming
Saganaki cheese for you to try. Then
dance it off with our live Greek bands.

Visit Greece by the Bay just by driving
(or running) to the Oakland Hills
and park in our multi-level Parking
Pavilion. Atop the newly expansive
Pavilion on
the Platia
(plaza), you
will find our
famous view
of the Bay.
Come enjoy
balancing all
that is good
while having a great time. It’s the real
Greek experience.

We will be open one weekend
only, May 15, 16, and 17, 2009.
Friday and Saturday 10am - 11pm,
Sunday 11am - 9pm, Admission $6.
Free Friday 11am - 4pm and Sunday
6pm- 9pm. Children under 12 always
free. Complimentary shuttle service
and additional parking is available.

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Location

  1. Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension
    4700 Lincoln Ave, Oakland, CA