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Opa is a new Modern Greek restaurant and bar located in Center City's Midtown Village neighborhood. The menu features a fresh take on traditional Greek flavors. Featured items from the mezedes (small plates) include keftedes (meatballs) in an herbed tzatziki, spinach croquettes served with a smokey feta dip. Large plates offer a variety of items such as daily whole fish and pastitsio. The signature cocktail list and Greek wine selection offer the perfect complement to your meal. Acclaimed designer, Jun Aizaki/Creme, created an alluring setting which includes a striking birch branch canopy. Walk-in seating is available at the 24 seat bar and offers the full menu.
All reviews lamb gyro spanakopita octopus cheese board salad small plate dining tapas style during happy hour an appetizer nice atmosphere just the right amount great food and service greek server philly bourbon basil
We really enjoyed this small but lively place; nice bar in the middle of the restaurant and interesting and creative menu - kind of tapas style but doesn't have to be. We liked it so much during Friday Happy Hour, that we went back for...More
We had our “wedding reception” here. Party of 18.
We cannot be more pleased with our service, food, drinks, and ambiance. Our waitress was out of this world!! She was so attentive and on top of her game with such a big party and heavy...More
My wife and I ate at this restaurant last night. We had an appetizer that had apples and cheese on bruschetta. It was delicious. The main course was terrible. We both had pork based dishes. I had a pork gyro and my wife had a...More
We had a wonderful time ordering all sorts of things to share, and our waiter, Jessica, was terrifically attentive without rushing us. The food was delicious, with inventive takes on traditional Greek specialties, and “the standards” like spicy whipped feta and tzatziki were delish! When...More