- Neighborhood: Midtown Village
- 1311 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-545-0170
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- Cuisine: Greek
- Price: $$$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Owners George and Vasiliki Tsiouris and chef Bobby Saritsoglou are celebrating the fifth anniversary of Midtown Village’s Opa today with a special menu of $5 bites and drinks all day.
The menu includes favorites like hummus with yellow fava bean puree, slow cook roast pork and spanakopita stuffed with spinach, kefalotiri and feta cheese.
Drink deals are also available including:
The specials are available all day as is the rest of Opa's menu of Greek dishes.
On Tuesday, December 15th, George and Vasiliki Tsiouris, along with chef Bobby Saritsoglou are hosting author and Greek chef Diane Kochilas at Opa.
It’s a two part event starting with Kochilas demoing a few dishes from her book Ikaria: Food, Life and Longevity from the Island where People Forget to Die. The demo will be followed by a five-course collaborative dinner prepared by Saritsolgou and Kochilas.
Kochilas is an award-winning cookbook author, and cooking school owner, she has been at the forefront of bringing Greek cuisine to an international audience for many years.
When chef Bobby Saritsoglou was at Santucci’s at 10th and Christian, his brunch was a great, under the radar choice and now he’s rolling out Sunday brunch at Opa and it is really appealing to us right now.
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saritsoglou will be enticing with a menu that includes:
And all November., brunch will come with a complimentary Mimosa, Bloody Mary (bacon-feta garnish) or house-made Pastry Basket. And for you Saturday revelers, Saturday brunch is coming up next.