1800 Century Center Blvd NE. It is off the Clairmont Rd. exit, 1 block north of the I-85 interchange.
Atlanta’s Taste of Greece provides a rich and varied menu prepared by passionate volunteers who want to share their heritage – and authentic cuisine.
Enjoy small plates of mezze before your meal, sample wines and cheeses, feast on traditional dishes like moussaka and spanakopita or street food like souvlaki and gyros. And don’t forget to save room for dessert – from the airy, hot loukoumades served in our kafenion, to the homemade baklava, kourabiedes, and more in our pastry shop (available for take-out).
Whether in search of a fun Girls Night Out, a romantic Date Night, or relaxed Sunday family dinner – Atlanta’s Taste of Greece has the centuries-old recipes and smiling chefs to please all foodies.
Bountiful dishes crafted from old family recipes
Smiling chefs whose skills don’t come from culinary schools, but from the heart
Vibrant music, handicrafts, art and history
Big, happy gatherings filled with joy and a passion for food, wine and friends
For over four decades, the Greek Orthodox Christian community has opened its doors to host one of Atlanta’s landmark cultural events, The Atlanta Greek Festival.
This signature celebration welcomes you with philoxenia and kefi. Come experience our warm hospitality, exuberant dancing, sumptuous wines, unique artisan jewelry and apparel, rich history, deep faith and some of the most delicious food in Atlanta.
$5.00 per person; Free Admission for Children 12 & Under
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Festival Days and Hours
Friday, September 29 – 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Saturday, September 30 – 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sunday, October 1 – 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Drive-Thru Days and Hours
Thursday, September 28 – 11am to 8pm
Friday, September 29 – 11am to 8pm
Saturday, September 30 – 11am to 8pm
Sunday, October 1 –11am – 6pm
Schedule & Lineup: https://www.atlantagreekfestival.org/schedule/
Parking and Directions
Free Parking & Shuttle Buses to the Festival available at Century Center Office Park located at 1800 Century Center Blvd NE. It is off the Clairmont Rd. exit, 1 block north of the I-85 interchange.
Please do not park on the side streets around the church, which have the “No Parking” signs.
Save time and skip the shuttle bus by taking Uber to the Atlanta Greek Festival! Get a 10 percent discount on your rides to and from the Greek Festival by adding the promotion code ATLGreekFest17 in the Payment section of your Uber app. Drop off/pick-up is at the Festival entrance, 2500 Clairmont Rd., Atlanta, GA 30329.