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Article posted: 9/27/2013 6:00 AM

Opa!'s Greek cuisine shines in new Oakbrook Terrace location

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Salmon at Opa! Estiatorio gets stuffed with spinach and feta cheese.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

Opa! Estiatorio moved in to the former Costa's site in Oakbrook Terrace.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

Honey-drenched walnut cake is a nice way to end a meal at Opa! Estiatorio in Oakbrook Terrace.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

If you can't decide how to start your meal at Opa! Estiatorio order the combo platter.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

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Severs flambe saganaki table side at Opa! Estiatorio in Oakbrook Terrace.

Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

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Melitzanosalata, spanakopitakia and hapothi sti skhara. At first blush, these tongue-twister dishes can throw diners for a loop, especially those unfamiliar with the delights of the Greek table. But all three staples of the cuisine -- and a host of others -- are available and deliciously prepared at Opa! Estiatorio in Oakbrook Terrace.
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    • Salmon at Opa! Estiatorio gets stuffed with spinach and feta cheese.
    •  Opa! Estiatorio moved in to the former Costaís site in Oakbrook Terrace.
    •  Honey-drenched walnut cake is a nice way to end a meal at Opa! Estiatorio in Oakbrook Terrace.
    •  If you canít decide how to start your meal at Opa! Estiatorio order the combo platter.
    •  Severs flambe saganaki table side at Opa! Estiatorio in Oakbrook Terrace.
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