256 South 8th Street (around Pennsylvania Hospital)
11am-3pm in the hall on the right of the church, on Fridays
Finally made it St. Georges Greek Orthodox Cathedral for lunch on Friday and I need to make a mental note to not eat breakfast if I plan on doing that again. Also, wouldnt be a bad idea to skip dinner as well. The lamb shank over orzo w/string beans and a small Greek salad was a monumental amount of food. Mostly because the lamb shank was the size of a turkey leg and they must know a lamb herder or something as I feel like I ate $7 worth of wholesale lamb alone. Lamb was very tender and flavorful though I think I was about 45 minutes late from having an earth-moving lamb experience, as I suspect it tasted better by orders of magnitude when it was hot from the oven (still warm and very good mind you, just had a bit of a chafing-dish vibe). Orzo was tomato-y and flavorful. Green beans were surprisingly good for being either frozen or canned though not amazing in and of themselves. Greek salad was unremarkable. Oh, and the baklava might have been the final nail in the coffin of my portion control; oozing honey to the point where the layers were sliding around and there was no way to look cool while licking the honey off my fingers. As a rule, if church ladies are making it, Ill eat it, and this proved to be a good move here.
Theyve also got grape leaves, roast chicken, baked salmon, pastistio and spanakopita and what appears to be a somewhat rotating list of pastries with baklava and kataifi being constant. I think it only runs till the spring so hit it soon if youre interested.