Hafli Fall Festival Tulsa
Hafli is a Lebanese celebration of food and hospitality.
Join us November 14-17, 2013
Location: St Antony Orthodox Christian Church
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
You can purchase tickets in advance on the Hafli web site. Meal prices are $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 12 and under.
Hosted by Tulsa’s St. Antony Orthodox Church, the annual festival has been drawing crowds for more than 60 years. We invite you to join us and savour our authentic, homemade Lebanese dishes.
Their gourmet Lebanese dinner comes with grilled chicken served over a generous portion of Hashwa (seasoned rice) and includes a cabbage roll, tabbouleh, hummus, pita, Greba butter cookie and drink.
For Sale in the Deli
Grape Leaves | Cabbage Rolls | Meat Pies | Baked Kibbe | Hummus | Hashwa | Tabbouleh
For Sale in the Bakery
Baklawa | Baklawa Ice Cream Sundaes | Greba Cookies | Mamoul Cookies | Cakes | Breads | Pies
Also, St. Antony’s in collecting non-perishable food items, so take some with you. All donated items will be delivered to the Kendall-Whittier Neighborhood Food Bank.
Demetrius and I (and most of our fellow parishioners) attend Hafli every year. The dinner is amazing, and I always purchase extra cabbage rolls, hummus and tabbouleh to take home with us. Of course, Deme likes the cookies, breads and pies. The St. Antony parishioners have been cooking and preparing for this festival / fundraiser, so let’s support them and enjoy their awesome food!
Located just west of the University of Tulsa campus at the intersection of E. 6th Street and S. Columbia Avenue.
2645 East Sixth Street, Tulsa, OK, 918-584-7300
Content written and published by Lori Cain.