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Taste Of Greektown Festival Returns To Chicago This Weekend

The three-day fest along Halsted Street celebrates Greek culture with food, live music and more entertainment.

Taste of Greektown, Chicago's most popular Greektown festival, returns this August.
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GREEKTOWN — The Taste of Greektown is returning for its 32nd year with live music, entertainment and food from some of Greektown’s most notable restaurants.

The three-day festival is 4-10 p.m. Friday and noon-10 p.m. Saturday-Sunday on Halsted Street from Adams to Van Buren.

Attendees can expect food from “the neighborhood’s acclaimed Greek restaurants,” including 9 Muses Bar & Grill, Artopolis Bakery, Cafe and Agora, Athena Restaurants, Mr. Greek Gyros, according to a new release.

Taste of Greektown will have live entertainment on two stages, including Hellas 2000 and DJ Yianni. The Devanco Foods Gyros Eating Contest will also be held 6 p.m. Saturday.

The festival is presented by the Greektown Chamber of Commerce. It is free to attend, but there is a $7 suggested donation.

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