Opa Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2550 S Rainbow Blvd Ste W1

    Las Vegas, NV 89146

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  • 702-876-3737

About Opa Restaurant

Hours
Sat: 11am-2am, Sun-Thu: 11pm-10pm, Fri: 11am-1am
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We go to this restaurant all the time. Great food, excellent service. Belly dancing is a plus. If you want a great family restaurant with professional service staff, this is the place.

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★★★★☆

We go to this restaurant all the time. Great food, excellent service. Belly dancing is a plus. If you want a great family restaurant with professional service staff, this is the place.

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I've had Greek food all over the US.. and I have never described stuffed grape leaves as "Luscious"... until OPA!! Seriously, I have dreams about the stuffed grape leaves at Opa! The roasted lamb melts in your mouth! The staff is very professional - very professional and knowledgeable waiters. If you are ever confused by the menu.. do not hesitate to go with the waiter?s recommendation. The dinning room is like you stepped into "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" ...which I love... and keeps this exceptional restaurant "real". You must order the Greek Platter... it's heaven on a plate!

Don't miss the live Greek music and belly dancing. The music makes you want to dance, and the belly dancing is ALWAYS classy and talented - so much so, that we had no problem letting our 4yr. old daughter dance on stage when invited that evening by the sweet young lady performing.

I've thrown a couple of dinner parties.. and had OPA cater. Their catering is exceptional as well. You can even order for a larger party and pick it up yourself. Mercedes and Andreas will always help you, and make you feel like family.

OPA is a local jewel in this city of chain restaurants. Better food, friendlier service, and warm welcoming atmosphere; you will not find anywhere else in the city. Be sure to say "Hello" to Andreas and Mercedes from Amy and James.

Above all, eat, drink, dance, and say "OPA!" as much as you can!

2
★★★★★

I've had Greek food all over the US.. and I have never described stuffed grape leaves as "Luscious"... until OPA!! Seriously, I have dreams about the stuffed grape leaves at Opa! The roasted lamb melts in your mouth! The staff is very professional - very professional and knowledgeable waiters. If you are ever confused by the menu.. do not hesitate to go with the waiter?s recommendation. The dinning room is like you stepped into "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" ...which I love... and keeps this exceptional restaurant "real". You must order the Greek Platter... it's heaven on a plate!

Don't miss the live Greek music and belly dancing. The music makes you want to dance, and the belly dancing is ALWAYS classy and talented - so much so, that we had no problem letting our 4yr. old daughter dance on stage when invited that evening by the sweet young lady performing.

I've thrown a couple of dinner parties.. and had OPA cater. Their catering is exceptional as well. You can even order for a larger party and pick it up yourself. Mercedes and Andreas will always help you, and make you feel like family.

OPA is a local jewel in this city of chain restaurants. Better food, friendlier service, and warm welcoming atmosphere; you will not find anywhere else in the city. Be sure to say "Hello" to Andreas and Mercedes from Amy and James.

Above all, eat, drink, dance, and say "OPA!" as much as you can!

Pros: Everything!

Cons: The food is addictive!

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Crappie service, dark, unpleasant atmosphere, unfriendly, slow waiters; food B-; one of my work dining experience; call's a restaurant, but not even a fast food quality.

1
★★☆☆☆

Crappie service, dark, unpleasant atmosphere, unfriendly, slow waiters; food B-; one of my work dining experience; call's a restaurant, but not even a fast food quality.

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Dining at OPA was quite an unexpected delight on a Saturday evening arriving at 8:45PM. We were greeted with cordial hospitality and quickly led to our table close to the "entertainment" floor where a belly dancer was performing. We began our culinary adventure with tzatiziki (yogurt-cucumber spread) and grilled octopus. Be adventureous and try it..what a delightful mouthfull of flavor..not tough and chewy. Instead, it melted in my mouth. Difficult to choose from the wide variety of authentic greek cuisine, we finally chose the combination plate of dolmades (grape leave stuffed with ground beef and rice, lamb, mousaka (an eggplant/potato "lasagne", meatballs and veggies. Of course we had to end our dining experience with baklava, a don't miss dessert of philo filled with nuts and sweetened with honey!

During our dining we were entertained by a two-man band who were absolutely amazing. The only instruments played, the bouzouki, similar to a mandolin, and an electric piano which can emulate many insturments sounded like a large band. Then the singers. Again a delightful surprise. Although we could not understand the Greek words, we could understand the meaning of "love."

What a wonderful evening! Thanks OPA

2
★★★★★

Dining at OPA was quite an unexpected delight on a Saturday evening arriving at 8:45PM. We were greeted with cordial hospitality and quickly led to our table close to the "entertainment" floor where a belly dancer was performing. We began our culinary adventure with tzatiziki (yogurt-cucumber spread) and grilled octopus. Be adventureous and try it..what a delightful mouthfull of flavor..not tough and chewy. Instead, it melted in my mouth. Difficult to choose from the wide variety of authentic greek cuisine, we finally chose the combination plate of dolmades (grape leave stuffed with ground beef and rice, lamb, mousaka (an eggplant/potato "lasagne", meatballs and veggies. Of course we had to end our dining experience with baklava, a don't miss dessert of philo filled with nuts and sweetened with honey!

During our dining we were entertained by a two-man band who were absolutely amazing. The only instruments played, the bouzouki, similar to a mandolin, and an electric piano which can emulate many insturments sounded like a large band. Then the singers. Again a delightful surprise. Although we could not understand the Greek words, we could understand the meaning of "love."

What a wonderful evening! Thanks OPA

Pros: Hospitality, entertainment and food.

Cons: Absolutly none!

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This is the best , semi-formal Greek restaurant in town. By semi-formal I mean somewhere you would not feel overdressed in your Sunday best when going to dinner. They have all of the traditional dishes you would look forward to at a Greek bistro, and some new takes on old favorites. Their desserts are to die for, so leave room! They are a little high in their prices, but to find all of these great dishes in one place makes it well worth it!

PROS: The FOOD!!!
CONS:

4
★★★★☆

This is the best , semi-formal Greek restaurant in town. By semi-formal I mean somewhere you would not feel overdressed in your Sunday best when going to dinner. They have all of the traditional dishes you would look forward to at a Greek bistro, and some new takes on old favorites. Their desserts are to die for, so leave room! They are a little high in their prices, but to find all of these great dishes in one place makes it well worth it!

PROS: The FOOD!!!
CONS:

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I had heard alot of favorable buzz on Opa so I was really excited to go. I wasn't disappointed but was not all that impressed either. Its a strip mall dining room with nothing special for it but the prices seemed a bit high for the level of service and decor.

Overall, the food was pretty good with some very good dishes. I would go again, but would try to find a better deal. Food seemed to be clearly overpriced.

PROS:
CONS: Overpriced

3
★★★☆☆

I had heard alot of favorable buzz on Opa so I was really excited to go. I wasn't disappointed but was not all that impressed either. Its a strip mall dining room with nothing special for it but the prices seemed a bit high for the level of service and decor.

Overall, the food was pretty good with some very good dishes. I would go again, but would try to find a better deal. Food seemed to be clearly overpriced.

PROS:
CONS: Overpriced

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OPA is the latest Greek restaurant I have discovered in the Valley. The color of the restaurant, inside and out, which is white and blue, remind me of the Greek island of Santorini.

The host was extremely friendly and accommodating.

The prices were pretty steep, mostly over $10. I had the shwarma lamb sandwich for lunch. It was good. It was just a little under $8.00.

3
★★★☆☆

OPA is the latest Greek restaurant I have discovered in the Valley. The color of the restaurant, inside and out, which is white and blue, remind me of the Greek island of Santorini.

The host was extremely friendly and accommodating.

The prices were pretty steep, mostly over $10. I had the shwarma lamb sandwich for lunch. It was good. It was just a little under $8.00.

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The food was very good and the service was attentive. The staff is friendly and visits with the table. Makes recomendations based on what you say you like.

4
★★★★☆

The food was very good and the service was attentive. The staff is friendly and visits with the table. Makes recomendations based on what you say you like.

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