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Opa Grille opens in Williston Park

Opa's Lunch Specials (cup of soup included) at

Opa's Lunch Specials (cup of soup included) at the new Williston Park branch of Opa Gril, Greek and American Cuisine. (the original is in Bethpage). (Credit: Handout)

Opa Grille opened last month in Williston Park, bringing the cuisine of Greece to the strip mall space that last housed Toast & Jamz. The new eatery, an offshoot of the Opa Grille in Bethpage, has the same executive chef, owner George Labos.

On Labos' dinner menu: spinach pie ($6.45 appetizer, $13.95 entree), grilled octopus ($15.45), moussaka ($16.95), pork souvlaki ($16.95) and a chicken gyro sandwich ($6.45).

Lunch specials ($8.95 to $10.95) include a cup of soup.

Opa Grille is at 432 Hillside Ave., Williston Park, 516-307-9966 and 505 Stewart Ave., Bethpage, 516-933-1062.

Above: Lunch specials at the new Opa Grille in Williston Park


 

Tags: Openings , Williston Park , Greek cuisine

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