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Welcome to the Serb Fest!

Join us for a one-of-a-kind cultural experience, as we celebrate our rich Serbian heritage and traditions! At the heart of our festivities lies the authentic ethnic Serbian cuisine - a feast for the senses, filled with mouthwatering dishes that tell stories of our ancestral lands. Let your taste buds journey through the rich flavors of ćevapi, sudžukice, wedding cabbage, roasted and spit pork & lamb delicacies, and many more traditional delights including baklava, tulumbe, traditional puppy seed strudel and more.

But it's not just about the food! Gear up for an exhilarating soccer tournament where passion meets skill. Whether you're a player or a spectator, feel the spirit of camaraderie and healthy competition. The winner gets $1,000 with second place winning a respective $350.

For our little ones and those young at heart, we've got a world of fun awaiting! Dive into games, crafts, and activities tailored for kids of all ages. It's a day of merriment, joy, and memories-in-the-making.

Neighbors, friends, families - whether you have Serbian roots or simply an appreciation for its vibrant culture - come be part of this once-a-year cultural extravaganza.

Celebrate. Connect. Cherish.

Видимо се тамо! / See you there!

Ethic Food


Ćevapi is a grilled dish of minced meat found traditionally in the countries of southeast Europe (the Balkans). It is considered a national dish of Serbia. They are usually served in groups of five to ten pieces on a plate or in a flatbread.

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Grilled parts of the chickens, lots and lots of pork neck tenderloin cutlets, at least a kilo of cevapi, and the traditional Serbian BBQ sausage. The chicken and pork are grilled with ample fatty chunks or smoked bacon (slanina) on top for added flavour. The meat is seasoned with Vegeta (another Balkan staple) a few hours before grilling. It is usually served with fresh French Fries.

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Serbian Pastry Pie is a traditional pastry dish popular all over the Balkans. It is usually made with cottage cheese and eggs. Recipes can range from sweet to savoury, and from simple to festive and elaborate multi-layered cakes. It is a type of layered strudel, a combination of Turkish and Austrian influences in different cuisines of the former Yugoslavia.

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Spit-Roasting Meat is a style of roasting where meat is skewered on a spit, a long solid rod used to hold food while it is being cooked over a fire in a fireplace or over a campfire. Spit-roasting typically involves the use of indirect heat, which usually cooks foods at a lower temperature compared to other roasting methods that use direct heat. Most common Serbian Spit-Roasting are of pig or lamb.


As most countries have their own recognizable delicacy that you must try, Serbia also has a large number of traditional sweets that have become a symbol of our country. Vanilice, Bajadera, Oblanda, and different types of cakes are just some of the traditional Serbian sweets you may try.

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Serbian Cabbage or Podvarak is a dish, popular across the Serbia. The primary ingredients are sour cabbage or sauerkraut or fresh cabbage, finely chopped onions and meat, usually pork roast or lightly cooked chicken, which are then combined and baked in an oven in order for all flavors to combine.

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Sudžukice (grilled sausages) belong to the category of boiled sausages, or rather roughly chopped boiled sausages. They are products of different types of meat, fat and connective tissue, and water, table salt, salt substitutes, additives, spices, spice extracts, carbohydrates, protein products, fibers and foods can be added to them, the filling of which is consists of meat dough, or meat emulsion, as well as coarsely chopped brined meat and solid fatty tissue.

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Kids Games







For the past 11 years, every September, we have been organizing the Serbian Festival and an 8-teams Soccer Tournament. All teams have the opportunity to play at least 3 matches. The two best from the groups go to the semis, and then the finals. It is an all-day event, with great food, drinks, live music, and a party at the end. Join us for a Mini World Cup and play representing your country. The 8 teams will have 5 players plus golly, unlimited subs, and no age limits.

8 TEAMS @ $350 EACH


2ND PLACE $350