Saturday, December 27, 2014

Free lunch launch at Opa

The new Greek restaurant at 13th and Sansom will give away "toasts" Monday.

Free lunch launch at Opa

Opa, the Greek newcomer at 1311 Sansom St., starts weekday lunch on Monday, July 18 in a bold and gutsy way: comping dine-in eaters with the pressed sandwich known as a "toast."

Opa's "zambon kai tiri" is made with Lancaster County ham, Manouri cheese and honey mustard dressing and is served with oregano fries.

Also on the lunch menu (top price: $11) are a watermelon and feta salad, an omelet, and the bifteki (burger).

See Craig LaBan's recent view here.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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