This year's Taste of the Town served up bite-sized samples of what Town of Greece restaurants have to offer.
This is the Third Annual Taste of the Town and for the cost of a tasting passport, $25 before Sunday and $35 on Sunday, residents received one taste per booth plus souvenirs.
More than 20 food vendors served everything from pulled pork sliders and chili to ice cream cake and italian cookies.
"We have people that ask us all year when is the next Taste of the Town event and so we're really excited to be able to host it, it continues to grow, it's family friendly so people can bring out a whole family and it's very inexpensive so it's a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon," said Jodie Perry, Greece Chamber of Commerce President and CEO.
Perry said they expected about 600 to 800 people Sunday night. Taste of the Town typically makes about $15,000 to benefit the Greece Chamber of Commerce.