When: Fri., June 2, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. and Sat., June 3, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 2017
The Mediterranean diet is believed to be heart healthy and may reduce the risk of disease. Follow doctor's orders and check out the 36th annual Greek Food Festival Friday and Saturday, where the folks at Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church will serve up gyros, salads, spanakopita, dolmathes, Cretan-style rice and more. If there's room left over, finish with something from the selection of desserts like baklava, kataifi, koulourakia and galatobouriko. Don't worry: You can work it off, because every day of the festival there will be lessons and live performances of classic Greek dances like the Cretan Pentozali, the Kalamatianos, the "extremely cardiovascular" Maleviziotiko and more.