Opus Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 2575 W Main St

    Littleton, CO 80120

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  • 303-703-6787

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Used to love this restaurant but have seen it go down hill more and more each time I visit. Service especially. Just called (as instructed by my certificate) and apparently was a nuisance to the host. His flippant attitude wasn't

3
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Used to love this restaurant but have seen it go down hill more and more each time I visit. Service especially. Just called (as instructed by my certificate) and apparently was a nuisance to the host. His flippant attitude wasn't

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Basically they charged my credit card double for a meal and would not reimburse me for the money they stole. The food wasn't that great, but I was disgusted on how Micheal Griffin hung up on me and refused to help a customer who PAID

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Basically they charged my credit card double for a meal and would not reimburse me for the money they stole. The food wasn't that great, but I was disgusted on how Micheal Griffin hung up on me and refused to help a customer who PAID

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Things have improved here since our first and only meal at Opus several years ago when we moved to Denver. We ordered one of two Restaurant Week options. I must first say that service and organization this time was crisp, quick and

3
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Things have improved here since our first and only meal at Opus several years ago when we moved to Denver. We ordered one of two Restaurant Week options. I must first say that service and organization this time was crisp, quick and

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Planned a nice Christmas Ladies Lunch at Opus. Had a reservation and arrived on time. Finally greated by a busy waiter who addressed us by the wrong name. After we were seated,no one came to take a beverage order. After waiting 15

3
★★★★★

Planned a nice Christmas Ladies Lunch at Opus. Had a reservation and arrived on time. Finally greated by a busy waiter who addressed us by the wrong name. After we were seated,no one came to take a beverage order. After waiting 15

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This is our FAVORITE special occasion restaurant! The atmosphere is beautiful and quiet. We always enjoy the cheese plate appetizer-I could also eat it for dessert! The food is always prepared in an interesting way. DELICIOUS!

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★★★★★

This is our FAVORITE special occasion restaurant! The atmosphere is beautiful and quiet. We always enjoy the cheese plate appetizer-I could also eat it for dessert! The food is always prepared in an interesting way. DELICIOUS!

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Went here for dinner for my birthday a few weeks ago. We had reservations and showed up several minutes early.

We were seated quickly, however it took around 10 minutes before we saw a waiter.

We ordered an appetizer which took almost 20 minutes to arrive, we know this because the waiter comped us another glass of wine and said he had timed how long it was taking. Sounds like this may be a common problem. At least the guy was kind enough to recognize the wait and do something about it.

The food, once we got it, was very good, no complaints there.

The resteraunt is an open room with hard floors and hard walls. I'm pretty sensitive to loud atmospheres, short of being at the local pub, so at first I thought it was just me. That was until my fiancee noticed that it was really loud also. Could have just been a spirited crowd, but either way I left with a headache.

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★★★☆☆

Went here for dinner for my birthday a few weeks ago. We had reservations and showed up several minutes early.

We were seated quickly, however it took around 10 minutes before we saw a waiter.

We ordered an appetizer which took almost 20 minutes to arrive, we know this because the waiter comped us another glass of wine and said he had timed how long it was taking. Sounds like this may be a common problem. At least the guy was kind enough to recognize the wait and do something about it.

The food, once we got it, was very good, no complaints there.

The resteraunt is an open room with hard floors and hard walls. I'm pretty sensitive to loud atmospheres, short of being at the local pub, so at first I thought it was just me. That was until my fiancee noticed that it was really loud also. Could have just been a spirited crowd, but either way I left with a headache.

Pros: Good Food

Cons: Slow service, loud atmosphere

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I was absolutely grossed out when I was walking toward the restrooms in the back of the restaurant. I had occasion to note that the chef who was preparing the food wiped his face and ran his hand through his hair and then was handling the food!! I returned to my table and told my dinner partner that I wanted to leave. He was determined to stay. I refused to order any food. I wouldn't go back there if they were giving the food away!! I have only given this review a star because Citysearch requires that I give it a rating. It does not even deserve one star. If you value your health, stay away from this place.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was absolutely grossed out when I was walking toward the restrooms in the back of the restaurant. I had occasion to note that the chef who was preparing the food wiped his face and ran his hand through his hair and then was handling the food!! I returned to my table and told my dinner partner that I wanted to leave. He was determined to stay. I refused to order any food. I wouldn't go back there if they were giving the food away!! I have only given this review a star because Citysearch requires that I give it a rating. It does not even deserve one star. If you value your health, stay away from this place.

Pros: none

Cons: chef wipes sweat from his face and then handles food - YUCK

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My wife and I were excited to try out this restaurant in our own neighborhood and was severely agitated with the poor service. We were treated so poorly and left before the waitress even got to the table.

We arrived 5 minutes early and was sat in the worst table in the restaurant next to the waiters station and since there were plenty of other unoccupied 2-person settings, we requested another table. The hostess planted us at the table anyhow, stepped away a few feet, turned around and told us she couldn't move us since they were extremely busy... which was far from the course at 4:30 in the afternoon. I was so insulted as to walk away from the restaurant to go next door to pub which had excellent manners!

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I were excited to try out this restaurant in our own neighborhood and was severely agitated with the poor service. We were treated so poorly and left before the waitress even got to the table.

We arrived 5 minutes early and was sat in the worst table in the restaurant next to the waiters station and since there were plenty of other unoccupied 2-person settings, we requested another table. The hostess planted us at the table anyhow, stepped away a few feet, turned around and told us she couldn't move us since they were extremely busy... which was far from the course at 4:30 in the afternoon. I was so insulted as to walk away from the restaurant to go next door to pub which had excellent manners!

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I have dined at opus before for our anniversary and it was a good experience that's why we came back. This time, however, is a very opposite experience. The service was awful. We made a reservation but when we came in, they didn't even ask for our name and had us wait for 30 mins. I have noticed that they have seated other people who came in later than us (maybe they are regulars). Then when they finally seated us we waited 15 minutes just to get our menu. We rarely saw the waiter.. it was as if they were serving everyone else but us. We love fine dining and we are used to having 2-3 waiters serving us at a time. At the prices we're paying, we should expect a good service!
After eating our first appetizer course, we waited for at least 30 mins before we called the waiter and asked them what was the hold up... Apparently the kitchen lost our ticket and have not even started cooking our order yet!!!! The food in this restaurant that day was ok (the fois gras was not to my standards) but needless to say, the whole experience had left such a bad taste in my mouth that we will never go back there again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have dined at opus before for our anniversary and it was a good experience that's why we came back. This time, however, is a very opposite experience. The service was awful. We made a reservation but when we came in, they didn't even ask for our name and had us wait for 30 mins. I have noticed that they have seated other people who came in later than us (maybe they are regulars). Then when they finally seated us we waited 15 minutes just to get our menu. We rarely saw the waiter.. it was as if they were serving everyone else but us. We love fine dining and we are used to having 2-3 waiters serving us at a time. At the prices we're paying, we should expect a good service!
After eating our first appetizer course, we waited for at least 30 mins before we called the waiter and asked them what was the hold up... Apparently the kitchen lost our ticket and have not even started cooking our order yet!!!! The food in this restaurant that day was ok (the fois gras was not to my standards) but needless to say, the whole experience had left such a bad taste in my mouth that we will never go back there again.

Cons: bad service all across the board

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Great atmosphere with white linens, a beautiful fireplace and superb service. The menu changes frequently, but everything we sampled was wonderful. I highly recommend the chicken breast with goat cheese and walnuts.

4
★★★★☆

Great atmosphere with white linens, a beautiful fireplace and superb service. The menu changes frequently, but everything we sampled was wonderful. I highly recommend the chicken breast with goat cheese and walnuts.

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I have dined at Opus quite often, with out of town guests and with local friends....because of the inventive, creative and delicious entrees, apps and desserts, along with excellent wine choices and fine service, Opus is worth every penny and is a favorite among all our friends!

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★★★★★

I have dined at Opus quite often, with out of town guests and with local friends....because of the inventive, creative and delicious entrees, apps and desserts, along with excellent wine choices and fine service, Opus is worth every penny and is a favorite among all our friends!

Pros: delicious entrees, apps, desserts, great service

Cons: none

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We went to Opus for a birthday celebration because it was written up in 5280's best restaurants. What a disappointment. We were informed that they were out of the first bottle of wine we ordered (they had just sold the last bottle that day). We were then informed that the only bottle of our second choice was already open. Finally, on the third try, we selected something that they had. The service was fine and the food was of good quality but seriously lacking in imagination. For the cost, I'll go elsewhere.

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★★★☆☆

We went to Opus for a birthday celebration because it was written up in 5280's best restaurants. What a disappointment. We were informed that they were out of the first bottle of wine we ordered (they had just sold the last bottle that day). We were then informed that the only bottle of our second choice was already open. Finally, on the third try, we selected something that they had. The service was fine and the food was of good quality but seriously lacking in imagination. For the cost, I'll go elsewhere.

Pros: Easy to get into

Cons: out of date wine list, food lacking in imagination

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I and my wife are regulars at opus-we have never recieved short of an excellent experience, although the wait between courses can drag on during a busy night. The menu is very inventive, and the nightly specials have never been repeated once during our many visits-the wine lis has many gems-the service is truly amazing for a restaurant in the suburbs-they even had signed a birthday card for her and had it waiting on the table!
Compared to indifferent experiences at a number of downtown eateries, we always feel like we are coming home to opus. It is hard to image anyone getting bad service here.

2
★★★★★

I and my wife are regulars at opus-we have never recieved short of an excellent experience, although the wait between courses can drag on during a busy night. The menu is very inventive, and the nightly specials have never been repeated once during our many visits-the wine lis has many gems-the service is truly amazing for a restaurant in the suburbs-they even had signed a birthday card for her and had it waiting on the table!
Compared to indifferent experiences at a number of downtown eateries, we always feel like we are coming home to opus. It is hard to image anyone getting bad service here.

Pros: killer menu, great service

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We entered the Opus for dinner and were asked if we had a reservation. We answered no. They looked in their computer and then sat us in the dining area. We were given a wine list and later served some awful potatoe based trash. We then wated for some 15 minutes for a waiter to come by and possibly take our beverage order and maybe give us a menu!!!! There were waiters all over the place apparently except for at our table. After some 20 minutes we left and will NEVER return.

Survice was non-existant - downright rude. I will never ever return there and will be sure others are well informed of the extremely poor behavior of the people there. Not a good way to get new customers....

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★☆☆☆☆

We entered the Opus for dinner and were asked if we had a reservation. We answered no. They looked in their computer and then sat us in the dining area. We were given a wine list and later served some awful potatoe based trash. We then wated for some 15 minutes for a waiter to come by and possibly take our beverage order and maybe give us a menu!!!! There were waiters all over the place apparently except for at our table. After some 20 minutes we left and will NEVER return.

Survice was non-existant - downright rude. I will never ever return there and will be sure others are well informed of the extremely poor behavior of the people there. Not a good way to get new customers....

Pros: Nice looking place

Cons: Rude and arrogant - Totally non-existant service

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Opus is the best! My dinner companions and I enjoyed everything about our evening there. The chef is inventive, and knows how to create great taste combinations with lovely presentations. We all had different entrees, apps and desserts and all were delicious. The service was excellent. As a advertising executive, I often take clients to dinner-this dinner at Opus was one of the best of many,many dinners-We will return for sure!

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★★★★★

Opus is the best! My dinner companions and I enjoyed everything about our evening there. The chef is inventive, and knows how to create great taste combinations with lovely presentations. We all had different entrees, apps and desserts and all were delicious. The service was excellent. As a advertising executive, I often take clients to dinner-this dinner at Opus was one of the best of many,many dinners-We will return for sure!

Pros: delicious food, good portions; service friendly, prompt

Cons: none

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When friends first recommended Opus we were a little skeptical of a world class restaurant in Littleton. Folks, you can leave your doubts behind. This restaurant stands up to any in New York, San Francisco or Las Vegas. My wife even prefers Opus over our favorites in France. On any occasion we LOVE IT!

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★★★★★

When friends first recommended Opus we were a little skeptical of a world class restaurant in Littleton. Folks, you can leave your doubts behind. This restaurant stands up to any in New York, San Francisco or Las Vegas. My wife even prefers Opus over our favorites in France. On any occasion we LOVE IT!

Pros: The best in Colorado

Cons: none

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I have been a regular at Opus for many years, and the first 3-3 1/2 were great. The past year, however, has been a downward spiral. The food has become stale and old, repeating the same dishes season after season. The chef used to be an adventurer, a risktaker, but seems to have caved into the idea that a suburban restaurant is not allowed to be creative and interesting. The food quality has declined - consistently overcooked beef, dry fish and lobster, and ALWAYS asparagus and potatoes. The service has fallen off drastically as well. There are still some holdouts from the glory days, but the majority of the waiters are sloppy, lazy, and underinformed. Before I could ask Richard a question about the wine list and he knew the answer right away. I could ask Kevin about the menu and he knew the bizarre ingredients the chef used to bring in. David and Brian still do a great job, but this replacement crop just can't hold a candle to the old guard, or many waitstaffs around Denver for that matter. And a note to the chef - Your staff seems to do an awful lot of standing around, the floors and windows are dirty, and I can hear you shouting at people from the front of the dining room. I came for dinner, not a show by Pavarotti.
The food is still good when compared to other restaurants in the area, but the service has fallen to comparison with Buca di Beppo and Ted's. I hope Opus is able to turn it back around, but I have dined there for the last time. The fall from grace has been too great for me to forgive.

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★★★☆☆

I have been a regular at Opus for many years, and the first 3-3 1/2 were great. The past year, however, has been a downward spiral. The food has become stale and old, repeating the same dishes season after season. The chef used to be an adventurer, a risktaker, but seems to have caved into the idea that a suburban restaurant is not allowed to be creative and interesting. The food quality has declined - consistently overcooked beef, dry fish and lobster, and ALWAYS asparagus and potatoes. The service has fallen off drastically as well. There are still some holdouts from the glory days, but the majority of the waiters are sloppy, lazy, and underinformed. Before I could ask Richard a question about the wine list and he knew the answer right away. I could ask Kevin about the menu and he knew the bizarre ingredients the chef used to bring in. David and Brian still do a great job, but this replacement crop just can't hold a candle to the old guard, or many waitstaffs around Denver for that matter. And a note to the chef - Your staff seems to do an awful lot of standing around, the floors and windows are dirty, and I can hear you shouting at people from the front of the dining room. I came for dinner, not a show by Pavarotti.
The food is still good when compared to other restaurants in the area, but the service has fallen to comparison with Buca di Beppo and Ted's. I hope Opus is able to turn it back around, but I have dined there for the last time. The fall from grace has been too great for me to forgive.

Pros: No worse than other restaurants in the area

Cons: Service, not up to the same standards as before

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We wrote a review back in 12/06 for Opus and did not think we would return. But since we had been given an Opus gift certificate for the holidays we decided to try them again. We made reservations for New Years Eve dinner and were very impressed with the service and our meals. The dinner was well timed and all well prepared. Very beautiful presentation and imaginative tastes and textures. The escargot starter was to die for! Oh my, I could have ordered two of them and called it a meal. My sea bass was amazing. My husband ordered the chops and thought they were great. Our server was attentive and very helpful when selecting our wine. The evening was a wonderful way to ring in the new year.

Bravo Opus. Bravo!

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★★★★☆

We wrote a review back in 12/06 for Opus and did not think we would return. But since we had been given an Opus gift certificate for the holidays we decided to try them again. We made reservations for New Years Eve dinner and were very impressed with the service and our meals. The dinner was well timed and all well prepared. Very beautiful presentation and imaginative tastes and textures. The escargot starter was to die for! Oh my, I could have ordered two of them and called it a meal. My sea bass was amazing. My husband ordered the chops and thought they were great. Our server was attentive and very helpful when selecting our wine. The evening was a wonderful way to ring in the new year.

Bravo Opus. Bravo!

Pros: Wonderful artistic presentations.

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First visit but not my last. Took my wife there for her birthday. Food was excellent, staff fast, courteous, fun. Dinner lasted 2 hours 20 minutes. Servings start out small and grow larger with each one. I'm a pretty big eater but could hardly finish my dessert. We were first to arrive at 5:00pm but there were several large parties that arrived within an hour. Sea Scallops appetizer was excellent. Both of us had the Opus Duet, filet of beef with lobster. It was cooked perfectly and every bite was out of this world. Wife had creme brulee (excellent), I had chocolate torte... very rich, but I enjoyed every bite.

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★★★★★

First visit but not my last. Took my wife there for her birthday. Food was excellent, staff fast, courteous, fun. Dinner lasted 2 hours 20 minutes. Servings start out small and grow larger with each one. I'm a pretty big eater but could hardly finish my dessert. We were first to arrive at 5:00pm but there were several large parties that arrived within an hour. Sea Scallops appetizer was excellent. Both of us had the Opus Duet, filet of beef with lobster. It was cooked perfectly and every bite was out of this world. Wife had creme brulee (excellent), I had chocolate torte... very rich, but I enjoyed every bite.

Pros: Service, Food

Cons: Price, Time

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Inviting decor, oustanding service and creative cuisine is what you'll find at Opus these days. The escargot / blue cheese appetizer was flavor-packed, the butternut squash and shrimp bisque was velvety and sublime. The pesto swordfish special was well presented and very tasty. The creme brulee is one of the most creative and delicious I've tasted in quite some time. The wine list is interesting, but a bit pricey, and the menu will certainly put a dent in your wallet, but if you go for lunch, you should be able to push it through on your expense account. One of the best places you'll find in the Denver-metro area.

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★★★★★

Inviting decor, oustanding service and creative cuisine is what you'll find at Opus these days. The escargot / blue cheese appetizer was flavor-packed, the butternut squash and shrimp bisque was velvety and sublime. The pesto swordfish special was well presented and very tasty. The creme brulee is one of the most creative and delicious I've tasted in quite some time. The wine list is interesting, but a bit pricey, and the menu will certainly put a dent in your wallet, but if you go for lunch, you should be able to push it through on your expense account. One of the best places you'll find in the Denver-metro area.

Pros: Service, Creative Cuisine

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Opus will be featured in the magazine's February issue and with good reason. The food is deliciously consistent, service is impeccible, staff knowledgeable. My personal congrats to the owners,the staff and it's patrons for making it a success.

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★★★★★

Opus will be featured in the magazine's February issue and with good reason. The food is deliciously consistent, service is impeccible, staff knowledgeable. My personal congrats to the owners,the staff and it's patrons for making it a success.

Pros: Atmoshpere, Service, Food

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Despite what previous reviewers may have said, this restaurant has either greatly improved (look at review dates) or they were wrong to begin with (isn't it odd that all the negative reviews read as if they came from the same person?). This restaurant is outstanding. Service is flawless, friendly, and light-hearted. The food is creative, beautifully presented, and well executed. Menu changes regularly, so you'll just have to see what options you have. However, it took our table of 4 almost 20 minutes to decide because everything looked so good. Desserts are made to order and the wine list is TRULY remarkable. This place is definately pricey, but worth the splurge.

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★★★★★

Despite what previous reviewers may have said, this restaurant has either greatly improved (look at review dates) or they were wrong to begin with (isn't it odd that all the negative reviews read as if they came from the same person?). This restaurant is outstanding. Service is flawless, friendly, and light-hearted. The food is creative, beautifully presented, and well executed. Menu changes regularly, so you'll just have to see what options you have. However, it took our table of 4 almost 20 minutes to decide because everything looked so good. Desserts are made to order and the wine list is TRULY remarkable. This place is definately pricey, but worth the splurge.

Pros: WINE LIST, ambiance, Thoughtful Service

Cons: , Bit Pricey

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Small venue made for a great setting for an intimate dinner with my wife, as the waiters made us feel at ease with the overwhelming amount of information; the service will continue to stand out as this little restaurant's claim to fame! Great knowledge on menu items, friendliness, and great food to boot- this restaurant is an experience, and not just another place to eat.

2
★★★★★

Small venue made for a great setting for an intimate dinner with my wife, as the waiters made us feel at ease with the overwhelming amount of information; the service will continue to stand out as this little restaurant's claim to fame! Great knowledge on menu items, friendliness, and great food to boot- this restaurant is an experience, and not just another place to eat.

Pros: clean, intimate, fast

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My experiences at Opus have been nothing short of wonderful. Michael Long is putting out some of the best food this city has to offer. His ingredients are fresh and skillfully prepared. I have eaten at places like Adega, etc. and Opus rates in the top ten in the Denver area. Their wine list is well-researched and reasonable (the entire staff is wine-savvy), and the service is friendly and efficient. I would recommend Opus to anyone who is looking for a good meal. I would also recommend an English text, a dictionary, and an etiquette lesson to some of the other reviewers.

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★★★★★

My experiences at Opus have been nothing short of wonderful. Michael Long is putting out some of the best food this city has to offer. His ingredients are fresh and skillfully prepared. I have eaten at places like Adega, etc. and Opus rates in the top ten in the Denver area. Their wine list is well-researched and reasonable (the entire staff is wine-savvy), and the service is friendly and efficient. I would recommend Opus to anyone who is looking for a good meal. I would also recommend an English text, a dictionary, and an etiquette lesson to some of the other reviewers.

Pros: food wine service, atmosphere, weekdays are good

Cons: , weekends are busy, some rude patrons

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I have been to Opus twice. It was good the first time, but the second time the food was perfect, the service polished, and dessert was pure hedonism. The dining room was busy, but we still received enough attention from our waiter, and the sommelier (they DO exist) who led us through a fabulous wine list to a wonderful Austrian wine I cannot pronounce but happily drank because he said it would pair with every course of the Chef's menu. Man was he right. The lobster wrapped in calamari steak was great, and the entree "Opus Slam" of steak and quail egg and a little waffle was a huge step above any "slam" I have ever tasted. And dessert - Best creme brulee on earth, and a chocolate torte with a grand marnier pear ordered separately because I could not resist - Could rightly fill a review on its own.

2
★★★★★

I have been to Opus twice. It was good the first time, but the second time the food was perfect, the service polished, and dessert was pure hedonism. The dining room was busy, but we still received enough attention from our waiter, and the sommelier (they DO exist) who led us through a fabulous wine list to a wonderful Austrian wine I cannot pronounce but happily drank because he said it would pair with every course of the Chef's menu. Man was he right. The lobster wrapped in calamari steak was great, and the entree "Opus Slam" of steak and quail egg and a little waffle was a huge step above any "slam" I have ever tasted. And dessert - Best creme brulee on earth, and a chocolate torte with a grand marnier pear ordered separately because I could not resist - Could rightly fill a review on its own.

Pros: waitstaff, dessert, wine list

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After a recent review in teh Rocky Mountain News, we decided to try this place one last time. What a mistake!
The bakery/cafe is terrible. Some of the worst pastries. Old, dry, and that nasty acrid taste from too much baking powder. Shame they lost their original pastry chef.
Still can't seem to get foie gras cooked properly here. Surly staff. Overpriced wines, if they even remember to get them to the table. Over-brined porkchops. Gritty overcooked brulee as a side. It would be nice if some of the ingred. actually showed up on the plate. Buffalo came over-cooked and tough. Just too many things wrong and not enough right. Dry, tough crepes. Mealy cinnamon maple (?) ice cream and undercooked fruit crisp. Try wiping the plates at least.
This place had some potential, but it hasn't improved a bit. Just not worth the price!

1
★★☆☆☆

After a recent review in teh Rocky Mountain News, we decided to try this place one last time. What a mistake!
The bakery/cafe is terrible. Some of the worst pastries. Old, dry, and that nasty acrid taste from too much baking powder. Shame they lost their original pastry chef.
Still can't seem to get foie gras cooked properly here. Surly staff. Overpriced wines, if they even remember to get them to the table. Over-brined porkchops. Gritty overcooked brulee as a side. It would be nice if some of the ingred. actually showed up on the plate. Buffalo came over-cooked and tough. Just too many things wrong and not enough right. Dry, tough crepes. Mealy cinnamon maple (?) ice cream and undercooked fruit crisp. Try wiping the plates at least.
This place had some potential, but it hasn't improved a bit. Just not worth the price!

Pros: none

Cons: overpriced, sloppy execution, dated food/presentati

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Equal parts chic urban loft and comfortable living room, this lovely restaurant contributes hip style to Littleton's Main Street. "Act One" dishes may include white cheddar agnolotti with onion brodo and Black Diamond cheddar, oysters…

 

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