West Seattle restaurants: The Copper Coin opening next week

October 12, 2012 at 5:42 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle restaurants | 5 Comments

Almost two months after we brought you first word of The Copper Coin, coming to the ex-Porterhouse spot in The Admiral District, it’s about to open. Proprietor Aaron Shepherd just sent word:

We are aiming to open our doors at 5:00 on Monday the 15th for our soft opening, and then follow that up on Wednesday with our Grand Opening. Starting Wednesday we will be serving lunch and dinner seven days a week, with hours from 11:30-11:00 Sunday-Thursday and 11:30-12:00 Friday & Saturday. A Sunday brunch will be added to the lineup in about 4 weeks.

We are excited to open our doors to the neighborhood and to finally welcome everybody to our dining room. The neighborhood’s support and enthusiasm has been fantastic. Just last night, we had delicious cake delivered to us by Brent Amacher, our State Farm neighbor.

As noted in our August story, Shepherd is a co-owner of the popular Hill’s Neighborhood Restaurant. He told us then that he wants The Copper Coin (website here) to be “a good neighborhood joint.”


  1. This is super exciting!! I’m glad the space is being filled, especially with with some local flavor. I do miss the Black Bird though… I never did understand why that place closed. It was always packed and the menu was thoughtful and delicious. But, I digress. Welcome to the neighborhood Copper Coin folks!! Glad to have you! :-)

    Comment by Mrs Tiggy Wiggle — 6:05 pm October 12, 2012 #

  2. Yay! After stopping by and meeting you K and I can’t wait to come in! And GF beer too!! Woo Hoo!

    Comment by K — 6:49 pm October 12, 2012 #

  3. Can’t wait! Hope they have Rainier on tap.

    Comment by Harry Reems — 7:29 pm October 12, 2012 #

  4. Hill’s is actually in Shoreline, not North Seattle. :)

    Many wishes of good luck to Copper Coin. If it’s anything like Hill’s it will be great!

    Comment by MaryCooks — 10:31 pm October 12, 2012 #

  5. Harry – yep! Rainier tap handle is already installed.

    Comment by Kim — 3:11 pm October 14, 2012 #

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