Jonathan Boncek


Opal holds its ground as the go-to spot in the far reaches of Mt. Pleasant. The modern Tuscan decor and a menu that fuses fresh American and Mediterranean cuisine give diners a chance to experience a big night out without breaking the bank. A respectable charcuterie and cheese list, a handful of handcrafted pastas, and entrees like crispy chicken breast with crispy golden potatoes, caramelized Brussels sprouts, and lemon-truffle aioli anchor the menu. The filet with mascarpone-chive potatoes and barolo sauce has been a favorite since the beginning, along with pork chop ribs served with cavatelli, local greens, and apple-citrus pan sauce. A handful of worthy craft beers and an extensive wine list help spice up the night. And let’s not forget the legendary salted caramel gelato: to die for. —Eric Doksa Dish, Summer 2016

Restaurant Details

Chef Patrick Owens' menu features housemade charcuterie and pasta with seasonal entrée selections. Bar opens at 4 p.m for craft beer and charcuterie.

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Hours: Dinner daily
Price: $$$$

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Happy Hours

Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun 4pm-6pm: $5 Draft beers and house liquors, $6 wine by the glass. Assorted rotating food specials.


Upcoming Events

  • Sunday Brunch at Opal (Lunches)

    • Sundays, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

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