The Taste of Greektown 2024

Where: 315 S Halsted St., , ,
When: Friday, August 23, 2024 - Sunday, August 25, 2024

The Taste of Greektown

The Taste of Greektown is a popular food festival in Chicago’s Greektown neighborhood, celebrating Greek culture and cuisine.

Guests have the opportunity to indulge in a range of delectable Greek delicacies such as souvlaki, gyro, baklava, and other mouthwatering treats.

Additionally, they can savor the experience with live music and cultural presentations. It’s a lively event attracting both locals and tourists, offering a chance to experience the rich Greek heritage of the area.

The festival’s venue, schedule of events, how to get, parking etc. is present in the “Chicago Events” link website. See details below, under “Event Related Information” section.

For accommodations, check the most recommended hotels in Chicago and around, most of them suggest FREE CANCELLATION option or NO PREPAYMENT NEEDED – PAY AT THE PROPERTY:
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As unforeseen circumstances can arise, the details of events are subject to change. We highly recommend checking with the organizers before making any travel arrangements to ensure up-to-date information.

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