Greeks and non-Greeks enjoyed everything about the culture. Lines stretched around the festival for the famous food. Jenni Pulos from Bravo's "Interior Therapy" proudly talked about how the culture and everything it's known for has grown in the desert.
"The church was tiny, it was like in a little house, maybe ten parishioners. Now, look what it's grown into be. It's so wonderful every year the festival is growing, and people from all different cultures can enjoy," Pulos said.
The three-day festival is on the grounds of the St. George Greek Orthodox Church of the Desert. The festival wraps up Sunday night at 9:00.