A plate of dips at Opa Grille might hold spicy feta with roasted red peppers as well as a garlicky hummus. (Jan. 25, 2013) (Credit: Yana Paskova)
On a frigid night,
seems filled with warmth. Take note: The well-appointed place is much larger than it looks from the outside. And this evening, both dining rooms are full. When you get a first impression that a restaurant is run confidently and well, it can turn into a self-fulfilling prophecy. Which isn't to say the new Opa Grille is perfect — only a pleasure to eat...
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