March 25, 2013
In celebration of Greek Independence Day, Opa is hosting a feast of a party.
Take the mundane out of Monday with an affordable (and delicious) five-course dinner. For $25, indulge in meal that will have your taste buds thinking you’ve transported to Greece.
The dinner starts out with homemade bread and spreads, olives, feta cheese and pickled vegetables before moving on to heartier fare like spinach pie, pan-fried long peppers and an array of seafood. Next, be transported straight to Greece with a classic salted-cod dish and a tomato-based stew served over orzo.
Save room for the traditional Greek sweet, baklava, or beignets with honey-cinnamon drizzle.
A $25 wine or spirit pairing is available as well. Reservations are suggested.
Psst… In case you haven’t heard, Opa was recently crowned one of the best new Greek restaurants in the country by Details magazine.
Greek Independence Day Dinner at Opa
When: Monday, March 25, 5-11 p.m.
Where: Opa, 1311 Sansom Street
Cost: $25, optional wine or spirit pairing $25
More info: www.opaphiladelphia.com