via greekfestivalofdallas.com

via greekfestivalofdallas.com

Fall officially begins on Wednesday. Celebrate with a stack of pumpkin pancakes. The Original Pancake House on West Northwest Highway will serve this seasonal favorite from September 23 – January 1.

The annual Greek Food Festival of Dallas kicks off September 25 on Hillcrest Road. Head to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at noon and order one of Gus Kostas’ famous gyros — he sells thousands of them at the event each year. Kostas, who owns Greek Isles at Preston and Royal, is obviously one of the festival’s most popular vendors, but he’s by no means the only attraction. Attendees can also sample baklava, attend cooking demonstrations, enjoy live dance and music performances and shop an array of Greek-imports. The festival runs through September 27. General admission is $6. Click here for details.

Celebrity chefs, Kent Rathbun and Nick Stellino, will host an Italian cooking class September 29. They’ll share their favorite Tuscan and Sicilian recipes. Each course will be paired with a Banfi wine. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at The Kitchen at 6130. Tickets cost $95. Purchase yours by clicking here.

 


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