Greek Festival

Come enjoy “a little bit of Greece” to go.

For the second straight year, the Myrtle Beach Greek Festival will be a drive-thru event.

St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church, which hosts the annual event, opted to use a drive-thru format because of COVID-19 concerns, according to the church’s website.

The event opened Thursday and runs through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. each day on the church grounds, which are at the corner of U.S. 17 Bypass and 33rd Avenue North.

The event will feature traditional Greek fare. The menu includes pastichio, a baked macaroni with layers of ground beef, cheese and sauce, served with roasted potatoes and green beans ($13); chicken or lamb/beef gyros ($10); and moussaka, an eggplant casserole with ground beef, sauce, potatoes and cheese, served with roasted potatoes and green beans ($13).

Classics like spanakopita ($5) and tiropita ($5) will also be available.

Food can be pre-ordered with a scheduled pickup time during the festival. To order food, visit myrtlebeachgreekfestival.com or call 843-916-4982 during festival hours.

Contact Charles D. Perry at 843-488-7236

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