St. Spyridon Greek Church San DiegoWell, we had a blast at the Greek festival this year – from Greek wine to gyros, Greek pastries and of course dancing! Something new this year was the addition of a wine lounge in the front courtyard area. They had a tasting menu for both white and red Greek wines for $6 for 4 tastings. Typically that area of the festival is used for sweets and coffee, and judging by the line to get in I would say that the wine lounge was a great idea!

After the wine lounge we walked to the rear of the church to the beer garden, dance floor and to partake in some20110606-103744.jpg delicious Greek food. Dessert too of course! We saw this awesome 60′s white Vespa adorned by a Greek flag in the beer garden, I just had to take its picture, it was too perfect.

After dinner we jumped into the fun on the dance floor for a couple of Greek line dances. For the first time I really started to feel like I knew what I was doing! Which for me is a big deal. I usually feel a little lost on the dance floor. Guess I am starting to get the hang of it!

Did you go? Leave me a comment and tell me about your favorite part of the festival. Missed the festival? Don’t worry, the fun will continue again September 10-11 2011 with the Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Greek Festival in Cardiff, hope to see you there! Or visit this site for a full listing of all the Southern California Greek Festivals.

 

 

 

 

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