Food & Dining Feature: A Moveable Feast
Williamsburg Living Magazine article – Food & Dining Feature: A Moveable FeastOpen less than a year, Opus 9 in New Town has already created quite a stir; the restaurant’s fame is treveling swiftly. “This is the kind of restaurant we felt Williamsburg residents were looking for,” the manager told us when he stopped by our table.
You might begin your relationship with Opus 9 by experiencing their wonderful Sunday burnch. Entrees include tender prime rib and succulent baked ham, augmented by waffles, Eggs Benedict, bacon, sausage, homemade pastries, a variety of fruits and salads and more.
For dessert, you may have a difficult time choosing from amaong the cakes, miniature éclairs, moist squares of bread pudding—well, suffice it say there are plenty of options. Enjoy them while taking in your surroundings: Opus 9 has a quiet club-like feel with its dark wood, creamy linens and modern, subdued color scheme.
The restaurant serves only well aged, USDA prime beef, and their Prime Rib Sandwich and Beethoven Burger are lunch-time favorites. But you’ll also find Penne Pomadoro, Tarragon Chicken Salad and a variety of toher tempting, non-beef selections on the lunch menu.
It is the dinner menu, however, that seems to have captured most of the oohs and aahs around town. From the boneless 16-oz Ribeye to the 24-oz Opus Signature Porterhouse, steak lovers will find pure satisfaction in the restaurant’s fine dinner selections. Unless you request otherwise, your steak will be served sizzling, in drawn butter, with Bérnaise sauce, if you wish.
Opus 9 is open seven days a week beginning at 11:00am for lunch or Sunday brunch, and 4:30pm for dinner. There is a fully stocked bar and private dining rooms are available. Brunch costs $22 per person plus your beverage; lunch selections are moderately priced—$8.50 and up. For dinner, Opus Signature Steak choices start at about $37.00