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Ode to a Grecian Way

Opa! Greek Restaurant: If the food doesn't win you, the floor show will

By the time the dinner plates had been cleared and desserts and coffee ordered, the belly dancer was gone, replaced by a singer looking for all the world like a Greek Stevie Nicks. As the baklava and galaktobouriko (both $3.50 and delicious) and the strong, sweet Greek coffee ($2.50) arrived, the singer had broken into her rendition of "Never on Sunday" (in Greek of course) and half the patrons were on their feet dancing. I leaned back in my chair content, with silly grin on my face. I may have walked into Opa! a stranger, but I certainly felt at home by the time I left.

It's all Greek to them at Opa!, from the baklava to the belly dancers.
Amy Spangler
It's all Greek to them at Opa!, from the baklava to the belly dancers.

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(281)558-4925.
13155 Westheimer, Suite 117.

Opa! Greek Restaurant and Club, 13155 Westheimer, Suite 117, (281)558-4925.

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