Eating is necessary for human survival, along with breathing, sleeping, and remaining still while a curious velociraptor rummages through your closet. Practice survival tactics with today’s Groupon to Opa! Opa!. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Greek fare and drinks.
- For $35, you get $70 worth of catering services.
Proprietors Phil and Mariann orchestrate a medley of Greek fare on Opa! Opa!’s menu, including mouthwatering pitas, tender lamb, chicken, and falafel dishes. Chefs thinly slice seasoned meat before layering it inside warm pita and piling on diced onions, tomatoes, and tzatziki in the succulent gyro ($5.99), sure to bring back memories of your Greek Olympian imaginary friend. The grilled salmon filet arrives tableside with a choice of starchy sides ($12.99), and the feta burger warms bellies with a feta-smothered sirloin patty ($6.49). Diners can also satisfy meatless appetites with options such as a falafel pita ($5.99) or an eggplant sandwich ($6.49).
Opa! Opa!'s catering services offer party-sized portions of salads, soups, seafood, meat, and hot entrees. A party tray of feta and olives ($79 for 20–25 servings) awakens appetites for a half pan of mac 'n' cheese ($49 for 15–20 servings)—enough to fuel an all-day pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey marathon or an afternoon of painstaking piñata reconstruction.
After a long courtship punctuated by romantic dinners of Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine, Phil Courey and his wife Mariann decided to merge their respective Mediterranean backgrounds to open a restaurant of their own. Named one of the best Greek restaurants in the area by CBS Sacramento, Opa! Opa! keeps its chefs busy dicing, marinating, and grilling succulent meats and fresh veggies for its extensive menu of classic Greek recipes, and goes through 90 gallons of hummus a month. They have also been named Best Greek Restaurant by Sacramento Magazine in 2013, Best Greek by CityVoter in 2011, 2012, and 2013, and Sacramento News & Review named them Best Mediterranean Eats in 2012, as well as Best Greek in 2011 and 2010. The eatery also bolsters celebrations with catering services, where party-size portions of its traditional fare sate partygoers at birthdays, weddings, and shadow-puppet performances of Agamemnon.
5644 J St.
Sacramento, California 95819Get Directions