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It all began about 17 years ago with a date and then another date and still another. We found ourselves going out to eat, most often to Greek, Middle Eastern or some place that was a mixture of the two. Born in Canada and of Lebanese decent, I was raised on a very similar diet with all the favorites from hummus and falafel to grape leaves and feta.
My wife is Italian so together our diet is strongly mediterranean. On one of those dates before we were married, she suggested that it would be great to have a Greek take out mixed with some of the Middle Eastern favorites I mentioned earlier.
So here we are 12 yrs. later, still married and working together, the two of us.
Opa! Opa! was born and on March 15th, 2006 we opened our doors to the world and have not looked back.
We welcome you to our restaurant, Opa! Opa! and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
The penne pasta with mizithra and feta (add the chicken) is to die for. Huge serving so it can be shared by 2-3 people. I watch the cook make my order and tried once to duplicate it at home. No luck so I'm still coming here. :) The lamb sandwich is great too but I ask to substitute the mint spread with tzatziki instead........only because the tzatziki is THAT good. :) Phil, a thought......displaying the different color OPA T-shirts for sale much like Burr's Fountain displays their T-shirts would be a great idea! :)
Vote: BEST Greek
Andy Nguyen Vegetarian