CO Hospitality has opened the doors on the newly renovated Copper Common, unveiling a new niche as an intimate eatery with a strong focus on natural wine, classic cocktails, soulful sounds, and late night hours. The renovation and reconcepting of Copper Common was spearheaded by Ryan Lowder and Zakary Pelaccio, who together run Plowshare Partners. Interior designer Traci Alleman created an intimate and inviting dining room with leather banquettes, a giant marble bar, antique mirrors and soothing lighting.
For the great pleasure of gourmands and laypeople alike, the Copper Common team curated a flavorful menu, built for light bites, indulgent dining and the oft-needed late night cravings. The wine list features an unprecedented selection of natural and organic wines from Italy, France, Spain and Chile. With consultants Chef Robb Finn and Phil Whalen from New York at the helm, the new seasonal menu features a spectrum of dishes including, classic shrimp dijonnaise, steamed clams with ‘nduja, crab bagna cauda, tortilla espanola with bottarga and aioli, and a notably savory burger. Diners are encouraged to mix and match bold flavors and classic dishes such as oysters, a martini and fried potatoes or perhaps a Tempranillo and a burger seasoned with Copper Common’s proprietary peppery au poivre sauce.
Copper Common Owner Ryan Lowder, said, “Dining out has the power to transport a guest and the atmosphere of the restaurant, the flavors of the food, and wine all play a part in that experience. At Copper Common we are celebrating great food, and wine and honoring the farmers and artisans responsible for creating the goods we serve. We are thrilled to reopen with a renewed attention to detail and turn our guests on to the magic of these flavorful offerings.”
Ultimately what guests can expect when returning to the newly renovated space is a fun and indulgent atmosphere, irresistible food, a super soulful soundtrack, and cozy corners. Copper Common will operate Wednesdays through Sundays, from 5 PM to 1 AM. 21+ only.