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1260 Davis St
San Jose, CA 95126
USA

408-246-2770

The San Jose Greek Festival takes place annually on the weekend immediately following Memorial Day. It's a lively atmosphere providing entertainment for all ages. Whether it's young families looking for a safe and fun day activity, or adults of any age looking to enjoy delicious food and refreshing drinks, the Greek Festival is always an excellent choice. 

Experience the culture and hospitality of the Greek people in an outdoor, open market setting under the beautiful sunshine of San Jose, California. Just about everything served at the festival is homemade by local Greeks, using family recipes that have been used for generations, meaning you’ll have a truly authentic experience! Live music and award-winning dance groups will be onsite all weekend for your entertainment.

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Desserts

Honey drenched and cinnamon sprinkled, our  most famous of desserts is Loukoumades, but just one of many hand-made and traditional options we offer to you. Always fresh and crafted with love or, as we say, agape. Be truly authentic by enjoying some of these with a coffee in our courtyard kafenion during a warm afternoon. 

 

DESSERTS

 

Baklava - Filo pastry, stuffed with nuts and spices, baked and soaked in honey (try our Baklava Sundae!).

Diples - A unique pastry not found at many Greek Festivals: fried pastry dough, drizzled with honey and nuts.

Galaktobouriko - Baked custard dessert in filo, and drizzled with syrup.

Gianotiko - A combination pastry of Baklava and Kataifi.

Karidopita - Sweet and spiced, light and fluffy walnut cake, and drizzled with syrup.

Kataifi - Walnut pastry wrapped in shredded wheat, baked, and soaked in honey.

Kourambiedes - Butter cookies dusted with powdered sugar.

Koulourakia - A sweetened butter biscuit.

Loukoumades - Fried dough, dipped in honey, sprinkled with walnuts and cinnamon, and served warm.

Melomakarona - Honey dipped spice cookies with walnuts.

Paximadia - Anise flavored Greek biscotti, perfectly paired with coffee.