Many welcome the return of Duluth’s Taste of Greece Festival
The Taste of Greece Festival returned to Duluth this weekend with many taking part in festivities.
Organizers say they made 125 to 150 gyros per hour to keep up with the traffic.
That is in addition to delectable pastries, Greek coffee, folk dancing, and music.
"We’re always overwhelmed with community support, and it’s been super fun to have everybody back together there’s the dancing, and the eating and just the fellowship in general just have been really wonderful to see everyone again,” Kate Patronas, co-chair for Taste of Greece Festival said.
The festival also offered an express food and pastry tent for anyone who may have been short on time.
This marked the 28th year it has been held.