Opa offers room for private dining that is great for hosting birthday parties, wedding rehearsals, holiday parties and many other events. Our private parties will accommodate groups of 10-80 guests.View Private Dining Details
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Sun - Tue 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Wed 5:00PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 9:00PM
Thu - Fri 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Great food; generous portions; attentice, friendly service
Not worth time
It seemed as though they were a little understaffed for Valentine's Day - our server was hustling, she never stopped moving, yet we only saw her at our table a couple of times. Regardless, the food was delicious and despite the close proximity of the tables, it didn't feel crowded. Definitely recommend the saganaki, although it is a little harrowing in closer quarters (I feared for my coat, across the back of my chair, when a neighboring table ordered it).
Really excellent grilled food.
Food was tasty, but just expect small portions. Desert took about 20 or 30 minutes to serve, but possibly because it was a busy Saturday night
Brought my boyfriend here (who is Greek) for an early Valentine’s Day date. The waiter was really pleasant and attended to our table well. The food was pretty good and the prices were not bad. However, somewhat overpriced for what you could order in comparison to other Greek restaurants in Philly. Opa’s main dishes were equilavent to a lot of the “fast food” Greek restaurants in the area. Gyro Gyro offers better souvlakis and gyros than Opa. The Gyro nachos were a creative take on Mexican nachos. Yet, the pita “chips” or slices were stale and oily. The chicken in my souvlaki sandwich was charred (every piece) and made the sandwich taste horrible. I ended up just taking the chicken out. The gyro and souvlaki’s are not as filling or filled as you might hope. Each had a dash of lettuce and one slice of tomato sliced in half. The ambience makes up for what some of the dishes lack. Perhaps the larger entrees like the lamb are better. But a Greek restaurant should not get a souvlaki wrong.
Great food, great service, not nearly as noisy as we expected given the Superbowl parade. Will definitely be back!
We grabbed a quick bite here before theater. Had a great seat by the window, so could see all the passing people on a surprisingly mild January evening. The waitstaff was very helpful with my request to avoid dairy. We did not eat a lot -- a rice bowl for me, souvlaki platter for hubby. At first, the lamb tasted a little too lamb-y, but it improved as I mixed it up. Our waitress actually came over to check on us too many times, considering we were drinking water and eating one dish apiece. Would definitely go back; hubby liked it too. Great prices.
Brought my entire flight crew here while on a layover from Seattle. Airline crew are always looking for good places to eat. A great place to eat while in Philly. Close to our hotel, yummy food & a nice staff to take care of us. The ‘Greek cheese flambé’ as an appetizer is a must. SO good! See you next time. Thanks!
Figured to try Opa out during restaurant week. Food was smaller portions but that worked so my friend and I could try many things. I enjoyed the food very much. I enjoyed the brussel sprouts a lot. We also got a rice bowl, the gyro, the steak, the salad, and hummus. The apple dessert was ok, just a bit flaky for my liking. But the baklava, which I'm a fan of, was great. There was nothing wrong with the service or food. I would so go back and try the regular menu.
We went for restaurant week and i was very unimpressed by the food. It seemed very “mass produced” for all of restaurant week and the quality wasn’t that good. I was pretty disappointed
Quaint place with a tasty and modern take on Greek food!
3 of us went for Restaurant prior to Speaker Series at the Kimmel. The food was terrific with so many different flavors that we loved sharing. Our wait staff was wonderful (Danny, I believe); attentive but not intrusive; knowledgeable of menu and drinks, patient, and a great smile. It was an enjoyable dining experience.
My first visit to Opa was during restaurant week where the 4 course tasting menu allowed our party of 4 to taste most of what the restaurant was offering. Some stand outs for our group were the Avgolemono soup ( chicken egg lemon rice soup) which was light and and very tasty with the right note of lemon, the hanger steak was perfectly prepared, the butternut squash filo pie which was more like a sweet dessert and the apple filo pie. The service was attentive but not overbearing. The bar scene was livley and crowded as people enjoyed the happy hour which I hope to return to try. Unfortunately one could not avail onelself to the happy hour prices even though it was within the time frame. Happy hour is only available at the bar. I'd happily recommend Opa to anyone.
AMAZING food, server was incredibly helpful in helping us choose wine and letting us taste them first, wonderful atmosphere- not too quiet but definitely not loud. Recommended it to everyone I know!
The food here was ANAZING! Came for restaurant week but the staff was very friendly and attentivite. Definitely will be coming back. The ambiance was very cool and I loved the design of the place. Had a great experience here!
We came on a Tuesday so the restaurant was fairly empty but the food was very good and fresh and it was easy to have a conversation. Good music playlist in the background.
Butternut Squash Pita – filo, honey was a real winner!
did restaurant week menu.... good variety of tasty dishes.....would recommend