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About Opus Co.
Opus Co. is a small neighborhood restaurant serving local meats and seasonal produce cooked over a wood fire.
Our tasting menu, the Opus Feast, is a collection of seasonally inspired dishes showcasing our use of whole animal butchery and local produce. Whole table participation is a must. Let our chefs take care of you!
Our dining room is comprised of 14 seats, complimented by 4 seats at our chef's counter.
Please call us directly for reservations of 5 people or larger.
Seattle, WA 98103-5044
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday; 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm;
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
1 hour parking on Greenwood Ave
Free parking on side streets
Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Non-Smoking, Wine
Opus Co. Ratings and Reviews
We had a wonderful dinner at Opus Co. The food and service were outstanding. The restaurant is small and can get a bit noisy, but it was still a wonderful dining experience. We thought the chef’s feast was a great value and just the right amount of food. We’re not foodies, but we appreciated the care and creativity that went into our meal.
Great experience at Opus Co. Husband is gluten free and we sent an email prior to attending which they were able to accommodate us for the tasting menu. Super small intimate dining room of about 18 seats. We sat at the bar top (only 4 seats total) which was neat being able to watch them cook and plate the food. Each plate was super good and great flavors. Really enjoyed our experience and definitely would return!
This place is very special. Small and intimate with only 18 or so seats. Highly recommend the tasting menu. The food is imaginative, very eclectic, perfectly executed and delicious. I recommend sitting at the bar so you see the open kitchen in action. With a staff of only 5 people, you will have a chance to interact with all of them. All of them friendly, passionate, professional and very knowledgeable. Perfect for couples looking to celebrate a romantic birthday or anniversary.
It is a treat to eat well, to enjoy creatively constructed food, to know that they change their menu often so that we can often go, and have variety.
There was a varied age range, but mostly people in their 30's to 60's. It's small and tasteful and
It is a gem, just across the street from the phinney bookstore, so you can browse afterwards.
Of course we had to do the Feast, and it was amazing. Salmon was perfect, the lamb tasty, but I will reserve my big rave for the pork, which was full of favor and cut-with-a-fork tender. Enjoyed all the pickled veggies--perfect complement to the main dishes.
We sat at the counter and enjoyed talking with Carl and watching him prepare the food.
No missteps by the kitchen. If it’s your first visit, try the tasting menu;it’s only $50 and will give you a taste of most things on the menu. You can see chef’s experience at Jewel shining through. hospitality and service were rough at rhe beginning, but got better with another server.
Early wry positive reviews of Opus are right on. This small restaurant (18 seats?) is perfect for a date. The menu, and the service, is carefully focused. Three specialty cocktails, a single small sheet of seasonal offerings and, our preference, the Opus Feast, which is a $50 chef’s choice. Ours included a charcuterie plate with lamb spam, salad of kale and roasted squash, perfectly cooked Coho and two wonderful slices of roast lamb. Plus a fine pair of small desserts. The short wine list provided some nice balance. Highly recommended!
My husband and I had a truly memorable experience for his birthday dinner. We chose the "feast" where delicious, varied, and ample plates of beautiful food kept showing up. The only reason I put 4 stars for ambiance is that the music was Phil Collins/Christopher Cross/Doobie Brothers all evening. I asked if there was some significance and the charming answer is that whoever is on dishwashing duty gets to pick the soundtrack for the evening. This is fair because each of the 6 courses consisted of about 3 shared plates, plus our server brought us new plates and silverware. I'll recommend Opus to friends and would love to go again soon!
We live in the neighborhood and have walked by a number of times and finally made a reservation as unscheduled access can be challenging. The interior is a secondary consideration as the food really is what it is all about, that being said the interior is inviting, calm, simple and rustically refined if that makes sense. The service was friendly and thoughtful and it is evident that they care about their patrons. degustation is a reasonable approach to sampling this chef's offerings. Attention to detail, layers of flavors, most dishes offer an ability to create your own depth and preference from the profiles of flavors offered with most dishes. The chef and other members of this restaurant family are confident and they should be as they create a memory and a desire to return.
Opus is a welcome addition to the Phinney-Wood neighborhood! We had the Chef's Choice tasting meal which was outstanding. Cannot recommend this restaurant highly enough! Opus is best for parties of two as the entire restaurant seats only 14. Great service, inventive delicious food, fun location on Greenwood where a table by the window is a view of a stream of folks walking by... nice, relaxing, fun, neighborhood restaurant which, while not inexpensive, is a great value. We can't wait to go back.
We took a chef friend here for a late Friday night dinner, the food and service were impeccable, we will definitely return. Nice to have this option on Greenwood. We all did the Feast, it was beautifully timed, executed and presented. Bonus: nice wine list.
We had a tasty meal here, but either the ventilation was broken, or something else was wrong because it was very smokey inside. We found this annoying. At one point, I had to step outside to clear my lungs. For some unknown reason, I didn't say anything at the time. I guess because it seemed obvious. In spite of this, the food was quite delicious. We would come again, but only if they get the smokiness figured out.
This is the type of restaurant that I am looking for; to renew my faith in what's considered new American. The $50 feast is the best money I've spent in a while. Great service, you don't have to scream to talk to the person across from you, and most of all, thoughtful, creative, local, seasonal food. Nice job guys. Definitely going again when I visit my friends next time.
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