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Barguments - Phoenix Greek Festival

Location: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 1973 E. Maryland Ave. Phoenix. Just south of Glendale Ave. and just east of the 51.

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Eat. Drink. Opa!

Authentic Greek food including gyro, chicken or pork souvlaki, calamari, saganaki (flaming cheese), loukaniko (sausage with citrus and spices), pastitsio, moussaka (Greek “lasagnas”), spanakopita (spinach pie), dolmades (stuffed grape leaves), roasted lamb and lemon potatoes. Pastries include baklava, kataifi, kourambiethes (plain or with pecans), melomacarona and koulourakia cookies, tsourekia (bread), loukoumades (fried honey puffs) and baklava sundaes.


The Agora Market features feta cheese, kalamata olives, phyllo dough, fresh oregano and other food items imported from Greece.


In addition to the authentically prepared Greek cuisine, please sample some imported Greek wine, beer and, of course, ouzo and the Greek classic Metaxa.Check out our entire menu below:

Indoor Food Line Menu:

  • Lamb Shank

    Roasted with tomato, fresh garlic and Greek spices.
  • Loukaniko

    (2 sausage links) Grilled pork sausage with orange zest, red wine and Greek spices.
  • Half-Chicken

    Roast chicken with Greek spices, olive oil and lemon juice.
  • Green Beans

    Green beans sautéed in a Greek tomato sauce with onion and garlic.
  • Greek Potatoes

    Red potatoes, thin-sliced, roasted with lemon juice, Greek spices and butter.
  • Moussaka

    Traditional casserole with sliced eggplant, potatoes, and ground beef topped with white cream sauce. Spices include nutmeg and cinnamon.
  • Pastitsio

    Ground beef and pasta in a red sauce and topped with white cream sauce.
  • Spanokopita

    Phyllo pastry filled will spinach and a feta cheese blend.
  • Tiropita

    Phyllo pastry filled with a feta cheese blend.
  • Dolmades

    Homemade grape leaves stuffed with ground beef, combined with rice and Greek herbs. Served with a lemon dill sauce.
  • Small Greek Salad

    Traditional salad with feta, kalamata olives, cucumber, tomato and onion with a zesty Greek dressing.
  • Hummus

    Chick pea, tahini, olive oil, lemon & garlic dip.
  • Taramasalata

    Fish roe dip with olive oil.
  • Tzatziki Dip

    Cucumber, yogurt, and sour cream sauce.
  • Vegetarian Dolmades

    Stuffed grape leaves minus the meat.
  • Kalamata Olives

    Large purple olive with a smooth, meaty texture named after the city of Kalamata in the southern Peloponnese, Greece.
  • Feta

    Classic Greek cheese - delicious on salads and for snacking
  • Pepperoncini

    Hot chili peppers.

*All items subject to change.

Outside Food Booths - Plaka:

  • Roasted Lamb

    Traditional roasted lamb, salad and roll.
  • Gyros and Chicken or Pork Pitas

    Gyros filled with Greek-spiced beef, grilled until crispy and topped with tzatziki, tomato and onion. Or choose grilled chicken breast or pork loin.
  • Souvlaki

    Grilled chicken or pork on a stick.
  • Calamari

    Deep-fried squid with lemon wedge.
  • Smelt

    Deep-fried with lemon wedge.
  • Greek Fries

    Topped with a Greek sauce.
  • Saganaki

    Sautéed imported cheese, flambéed with brandy.
  • Large Greek Salad

    Traditional with feta, kalamata olives, tomato, onion and cucumber. (w/ option to add grilled chicken breast or pork).
  • Loukoumades

    Golden Greek donut dipped in a honey/citrus syrup and sprinkled with cinnamon sugar.
  • Kafenio

    Greek coffee, pastries, frappe and baklava sundaes with ice cream and chocolate.
  • All Beef Hot Dogs

    Available for those who have ethnically-challenged taste buds.
  • Grilled Octopus

    New this year! Friday and Saturday only: grilled octopus marinated in lemon, olive oil and spices. Come on by to try this traditional Greek delicacy!

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