New Mediterranean Restaurant in Doylestown Will Open its Doors Next Week

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Offering a wide array of Mediterranean-style dishes, Árdana Food & Drink is owned and operated by brothers Mike and Antoni Christou.

A new restaurant in Bucks County has announced the date of its grand opening, offering Mediterranean fare to local residents.

Opa Grille, located at 266 South Main Street in Doylestown, announced that they will open their doors on Sept. 6.

“Come join us for some delicious Greek food, with recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation,” the new restaurant said on Facebook.

“We look forward to serving you!” The message ended with “ΚΑΛΩΣ ΗΡΘΑΤΕ”, which translates to “Welcome!”

Earlier this month, the restaurant began advising to hire a counter attendant, along with other full-time and part-time positions to staff their new eatery.

Serving a mix of Greek and American food, the upcoming eatery is one of many that brings Mediterranean dishes to the area.

Opa Grille will be one of several similar dining establishments in the area. Zad Albasha Mediterranean Grill, located at 29 South Main Street, opened its doors back in February. The restaurant has staples of the regional cuisine like couscous, shakshuka, lamb chops, falafel, maqlobeh, makdous, and tabouleh, to name a few menu items.

Learn more about the new restaurant offering Mediterranean fare to Bucks County residents at Opa Grille.


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