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What We Love Spanning 15,000 square feet over multiple levels, Coppersmith in South Boston is the perfect place to eat, drink, work and play. Start things off on a spirited note with a glass of wine, beer or cocktail, such as the Cherry Smash (Bulleit bourbon, fresh cherries, mint, spiced ginger syrup, bitters and soda water). Dig into a shared plate for the table (like tater tots with cheese sauce and bacon) while you consider the menu. For your main course, choose from the likes of a Savannah-style grilled cheese with heirloom tomatoes and roasted chicken with Carolina mustard and collards.
Coppersmith was one of the most highly anticipated restaurant openings of 2015—and two years later, crowds continue to flock to the massive, dynamic venue. Located in a former copper foundry, the 121-year-old warehouse embraces its industrial bones with exposed brick walls, reclaimed steel, timber beams and towering windows. During the day, the café serves fresh coffee, house-made pastries and hearty bites. Freelancers and remote workers take advantage of free, ultra-speedy Wi-Fi, while businesses can reserve the space for lunch meetings and small gatherings.
Come evening, the dining and bar areas bustle with hungry (and thirsty) patrons. At communal tables and elbowroom bar tops, guests throw back craft beers and pitchers of original cocktails like the Blue Haired Lady (Cisco Grey Lady, lemon juice. simple syrup and 888 blueberry vodka). Two food trucks—parked inside the dining room—serve up globally inspired fare from chef Jason Heard. Fire-roasted salmon is served with a dijon-thyme glaze, baby arugula, smoked pearl onions and lemon vinaigrette while the Brisket Sandwich is topped with pepper jack cheese, coleslaw and Texas bbq sauce on a Hawaiian sweet roll. There’s even an open-air rooftop, where craft beers and house cocktails are served from the windows of a vintage Airstream. Whether for brunch, a lively night out or a relaxed work session, this Southie spot is the place to be all hours of the day.
— Rebekah Stallworth, Gilt City Editor