Today was one sweet summer Sunday. I had a lot of fun today.
I couldn’t wait to dig into the Cinnamon Swirl bread we picked up at Great Harvest yesterday. I heated a slice up in the microwave and had it with a cage-free fried egg and some farmers market tomatoes.
Hubby slept in but shortly after he woke up, we headed over to the Greek festival. We thought it opened at 11am and got there at roughly 11:15am. Turns out it opens at noon, but our strategy worked out well because we were at the front of the line and didn’t have to wait for food.
Here are some photos from the festival:
Waiting in line…we came prepared with water from home. Budget and eco-friendly. 🙂
We said hi to a man who owns a local restaurant we frequent and he gave us two free tickets. Score! So nice of him.
Check out that line! We were literally the 7th and 8th people in for the day.
Empty inside! We beat the crowd! Last year, we went midday and you couldn’t see through the crowd of people.
Food tent…no lines… woot-woot!
Spanakopita! I want to try to make this some time soon. Barefoot Contessa featured the recipe one time and it looked so delish.
Hubby ordering a gyro…no lines!
Gyro – split with hubby
My favorite part of the festival – the dessert!
Sweets everywhere… *swoon*
To be continued since my publisher is not playing nice at the moment…look for Part 2.
4 thoughts on “Greek Festival + Sweet Summer Sunday (Part 1)”
Oof I wouldn't be able to wait to try that cinnamon swirl bread either!
Looks like a beautiful day full of sunshine and yummy things to eat 😀 Spanakopita RULES
Hooray!! We always attend our local Greek Festival 🙂
We missed it 🙁 Gorgeous photos and glad you didn't have to wait!!!
Yum!!!! I can't wait for our Greek Festival next weekend. It is sooo good! It's usually so very crowded, how lucky you are to beat all the lines. It looks delicious 🙂