In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and due to the size and logistics
of the Greek Food Festival, the festival will not be held on its
originally scheduled dates of May 29-30, 2020.
For 38 years, our goal at Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Orthodox
Church in Boise has been to present the best possible event that
celebrates our culture, while keeping the health and safety of our
patrons and the community at the forefront.
We have officially cancelled this
year’s festival – and we’ll soon be
busy planning next year’s event,
to be held June 4-5, 2021. We
hope to see you there! In the
meantime, we send a sincere
THANK YOU for your support –
past, present and future.
Welcome to one of Boise’s most beloved events for foodies! The Greek Food Festival is an annual labor of love –
and the major fundraiser – for Saints Helen & Constantine Greek Orthodox Church.
The entire congregation (and some enthusiastic volunteers!) pitch in to organize, prepare and serve delicious,
traditional Greek dishes and desserts. Check out the selections on the Food and Desserts pages!
You’ll be entertained by live music and performances of our lively Greek dancers, and can purchase a souvenir of
Greece at our “pop-up shop” onsite. See the Entertainment & Special Events page.
Please make time for a church tour, as well. You’ll discover a beautiful sanctuary, rich with the spiritual and
cultural history of this very welcoming faith. Find more info on the Church Tours page.
Tasty, Authentic Greek Food!
Gryo meat on a pita with lettuce, tomato, and homemade Tzatziki
Marinated pork or chicken on a skewer, served with greek rice pilafi
Grape leaves stuffed with greek seasoned beef and rice
Baked macaroni with cheese, seasoned beef, topped with bechamel sauce
A sweet greek delicacy, layered filo dough filled with almonds, walnuts, and a sweet
A buttery greek cookie, topped with powdered sugar