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Now Open: Opa’s Brand New Drury Street Beer Garden In Midtown Village

There's a new backyard beer garden in town: the Drury Beer Garden behind Opa in Midtown Village, complete with ping pong tables and delicious picnic food. (Photo courtesy Opa)

Opa’s addition of their backyard Drury Beer Garden in Midtown Village is in full swing for the summer.

Open Monday-Saturday at 5 p.m. until last call, the outdoor city space which has its own entrance on Drury Street offers a playful, nostalgic environment providing ping pong, picnic tables, colorful seating and a vintage dresser from the 70s that’s been converted into a unique bar boasting boombox tunes.

Not only has the space, which once served as a parking lot, been completely transformed, but the Drury Beer Garden features a new food and drink menu giving into the backyard, picnic-like theme that showcases a laid back, yet still fun, vibe different from the Greek oasis inside.

A peek at the offerings gives way to chili garlic fingers; crab boil served with corn on the cob, sausage and potatoes; rotating dessert options; spiked lemonade, iced tea and punch poured in $6 pint and $55 cooler sizes; wine, drafts and over two dozen cans and bottles.

In addition, groups of six can reserve table services that include a case of beer, crab feast and dessert for $150.

Owners George and Vasiliki Tsiouris also hint at the arrival of early weekend hours and Sunday openings coming soon.

Take a look at the food and drink menus, below.

Drury Beer Garden
1311 Sansom Street

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