Coppersmith
Huge spot with food trucks & a roof deck
Gastropub · South Boston · $$
A former South Boston foundry houses this "huge" , multifaceted "hot spot" serving "delicious" New American cuisine in an "industrial-chic" space that includes an "inviting" daytime cafe with an espresso bar and an "open" brick dining room with a reclaimed-wood bar and built-in food trucks offering a separate global street eats–inspired menu; come summer the "cool vibe" extends to a rooftop patio, where a repurposed Airstream doles out "well-crafted" cocktails and raw-bar bites.
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hours Open Today · 7:00 AM - 1:00 AM
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Monday
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Friday
7:00 AM - 1:00 AM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Sunday
8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
location 40 West 3rd Street, South Boston, MA 02127, USA phone +1 617-658-3452 website www.coppersmithboston.com directions Get Directions
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Outdoor seating
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4.1
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This is a great place with a really interesting and cool atmosphere. There's an indoor bar area with seating to eat, an outdoor patio for eating, and a roof top bar for drinks and games. I honestly haven't eaten here, only stopped in for drinks but I love it here!! Good drink menu, friendly/efficient staff. Will definitely have to make some time to go back to eat!! You should check it out.
Stephanie Cummings · May 22, 2018
Good food, and great aesthetic. But the restaurant is SO loud you can barely hear the person a foot away from you. The warehouse atmosphere is cool, but it provides absolutely zero acoustic insulation so when this place gets busy all hope of conversation is lost.
Gwendolyn Wilbert · May 2, 2018
Great spot! We went for brunch for a girls day. Food options were delicious and varied, as were the drinks. We ate half the menu. They also had an AWESOME bloody mary bar, with a solid base mix made in-house. I recommend the sweet potato donut holes.
Sarabeth Steckerl · May 18, 2018