Coppa Club Is Opening A New Restaurant In Bristol, And It’s The Perfect Day And Night Destination

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


From coffee to cocktails, from work to play, Coppa Club has it all.

In a city that seems like it has endless options of places to eat and drink, it can be pretty difficult to actually make a decision. Seriously. Every bar and restaurant in Bristol has its own little niche, but luckily new arrival Coppa Club has both a day and night destination as theirs, alongside bringing plenty of cosy and chilled vibes.

Now with seven locations across the UK with its other venues including Henley-On-Thames, Brighton and Tower Bridge in London, it’s only fair that Coppa Club opened up in Bristol. The restaurant will be bringing its home-from-home experience to the South West this July by transforming the the Old Linen Workshop in Clifton into a spacious 200-cover venue.

Coppa Club, situated on Regent Street, has created a space that combines all the best elements of a café, bar, restaurant and lounge into one offering that provides something for everyone, promising “a private members club experience, without the membership fees”. Not too shabby, eh?

The restaurant, whose London branch is home to the city’s first dine-in igloos, will be bringing an informal, relaxed feel that take guests seamlessly from day to night. Coppa Clifton Village boasts multi-purpose rooms for every occasion such as a dedicated workspace to host morning meetings for professionals, comfortable lounge areas for lunch dates with friends, as well as library area great for enjoying a coffee and some relaxation.

Credit: Coppa Club

Once the work day draws to a close, the Bristol restaurant will transform into an evening destination with guests able head to the bar for a drink and a light bite such as parmesan croquettes or zucchini fritti with chilli rippled yoghurt. The bar will also be serving a list of classic cocktails with a Coppa twist including their Negroni made with a locally-sourced Bristol Gin.

Coppa Club’s restaurant menu features dishes for all times of day including artisanal pastries, buckwheat & rye pancakes and garden breakfast plates during the mornings, whilst weekends play host to a brunch for guests to end the week in style.

For lunch and dinner, choose from the likes of Coppa’s sharing plates of burrata with peas and broad beans; sashimi grade tuna carpaccio with yuzu dressing; or truffle and smoked mozzarella arancini to start. For something heartier, there’s halibut ‘al cartoccio’ with fennel, freekeh and anchovy; roast lamb rump with rosemary; and Loch Duart salmon with braised puy lentils.

Situated in a former linen works, the interiors take inspiration from the building’s original features with floor-to-ceiling colonnades and exposed brick walls paying homage to its former occupants. Across both floors, there are dark blue leather banquettes, wicker pendants and hanging foliage, as well as blush pink pouffes and sofas and eye-catching artwork, providing a flexible space for those looking to meet, eat, drink or relax.

Coppa Club opens its new Bristol site in Clifton Village on July 19, and you can book your table here.

Coppa Clifton Village, 2-10 Regent Street, Clifton, BS8 4HG

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