Opa opened where Costa's used to be. They redesigned the bar, so chairs are only on one side and there are still tables in the bar area (with TV's). Seating is a little close in the restaurant but not too close. The noise level is low. Very nicely decorated and a huge fireplace in the corner. Service was excellent! We had a large group and most were very happy with their meals. We also had a round table, which made talking to each other so much easier than a long table. Portions are huge! I had braised lamb and orzo. It came in a large crock and was already taken off the bone. Much of mine had a lot of fat on it, (which braised lamb normally has) so I prefer it left on the bone. The taste was wonderful, with the exception of trying to remove the less desirable pieces. They also have a combination selection, which was a nice option. With a couple of drinks, appetizers, dinner and tip it was $50 per person. Everyone else seemed very satisfied with their dinners and all had a great time. I would return again.
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