Opa Greek Yeeros in Somerville's Davis Square Has Closed; Future of the Place Unknown
A Greek dining spot in Somerville has closed after only a few months in business, and it is not known for sure if/when it might reopen again.
According to a Facebook thread within the Davis Square group, Opa Greek Yeeros is currently closed, with calls placed to the eatery ringing with no voicemail and no one answering, while the Highland Avenue spot has been designated as "permanently closed" in a Google search for the restaurant. One of the posters within the thread who is apparently involved in the Somerville government also says that Opa has shut down for good, though we are still trying to get complete confirmation on this. (Another poster said that there is a "closed for vacation" sign out front.)
Opa Greek Yeeros first opened in April in the space where Kickass Cupcakes had once been, offering traditional Greek gyros as well as items such as spanakopita, kebabs, and baklava.
The address for Opa is 378 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA, 02144.
Thanks to one of our sources for initially bringing this to our attention.
[September 6 update: One of our sources tells us that Opa's chef (who was also a partner in the business) has left the place and is getting ready to open a new spot in Nashua, NH, called What a Bagel.]
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[A related post from our sister site (Boston's Hidden Restaurants): List of Restaurant Closings and Openings in the Boston Area]