Bar Opus at One Snow Hill

The trio who brought you Opus Restaurant a decade ago, and then Cafe Opus last year, are bringing you Bar Opus at the One Snowhill development in the Colmore Business District.

Cafe Opus Outside with heatersThe venue will serve you breakfast and lunch, and then after work it will bring a touch of Barcelona and Copenhagen to the city.  Their chefs will create a selection of sharing plates in an open kitchen – with the price decided by the colour of the dish in which they are served.  Customers will be encouraged to interact with the open kitchen and even make requests for dishes they may have tried in recent weeks. In addition, a selection of draught and bottled beers will be complemented by an excellent wine and cocktail list.

Ann Tonks, one of the trio of founders, said: “The area at this end of Colmore Row is a realOut In Brum - Revolution Bar - Cosmopolitan Cocktail destination for those looking for bars and restaurants and we’re excited to have secured a prime location so close to Snow Hill station. The building is home to great professional businesses like KPMG, Barclays and DWF and the fact that Wragge Lawrence Graham are now ensconced in Two Snowhill and the HS2 construction headquarters are moving to the building is an indication of how the area will continue to develop over the coming years”.

We’ve always loved the food in Opus and Cafe Opus and their winning formula will doubtless translate well in to this new 120 capacity bar when it opens in November in the business quarter.

Follow developments on twitter @BarOpus.

 

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3 Responses to Bar Opus at One Snow Hill

  1. andydhare says:

    Sounds a superb opening. Just what Birmingham needs. I love anything that opus do. Expecting some great things for veggies.

  2. I’m really not a fan of what Opus did at the Ikon Gallery. They’ve lost two keen customers there unfortunately. I’ll give this a try though, definitely, I’m hoping to be proved wrong!

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