REOPENING: Copper Coin, ‘reimagined’

After a three-month closure, Copper Coin (2329 California SW) has announced it’s reopening at 4 pm today. As heralded by posters on its windows during much of the closure, the restaurant has done some overhauling – declaring on its website that it “has been reimagined to fit our new environment,” including contact-free ordering for both takeout and dine-in (which includes outdoor seating). The restaurant also promises a “redesigned burger-focused menu (that) keeps us committed to exceptional quality ingredients while adding the versatility of a menu that can be enjoyed anywhere.” Hours are listed as Wednesdays-Sundays, 4 pm-8 pm.

16 Replies to "REOPENING: Copper Coin, 'reimagined'"

  • Andrea August 6, 2020 (3:40 pm)

    Website looks great, what a wonderfully thought out plan clearly accommodating of the current and foreseeable state of the world. Can’t wait to visit!

  • Lola August 6, 2020 (4:32 pm)

    Can’t wait to try it! I just really hope they kept their awesome fried chicken and mash potatoes on the menu :)

  • Also John August 6, 2020 (4:47 pm)

    :-(        I see my favorite menu item is gone, the Mixed Grill.    I loved that meal.  Regardless I’m sure the burgers will be fantastic and I’m looking forward to them.        About 4 years ago they had these two waitresses that were a blast.  Blonde hair and covered in tattoos.  One tall…the other short.   They both had endless energy.   Great personalities.  

    • WS Native August 6, 2020 (5:52 pm)

      The mixed grill was my favorite also!  Sad to see it go.  :(. 

  • sam-c August 6, 2020 (5:09 pm)

    Aw man, I am going to miss their Caesar salads (chicken or salmon- can anyone recommend something comparable in a WS restaurant  ?) and my kids will miss their kid noodles (both sauces).  But their burgers are great and love their haystack fries. Welcome back Copper Coin!!!

  • don August 6, 2020 (6:22 pm)

    A shame W.S. Restaurants could not come together and convince the city to open up the streets for dining.   I just went to the U. Village and it’s really something what they have done to both provide the businesses with a lifeline and give residents a place to eat outside.     The Junction would have been a perfect spot.   

    • PAR August 7, 2020 (12:34 am)

      Sadly Don it’s not for the lack of trying on the restaurant’s part.We submitted a plans for combined use space between a few establishments in paved areas, in no way obstructing sidewalk use or parking. It was denied, and despite modified plans, has been radio silent on the cities part for almost 3 weeks.

    • vincent August 7, 2020 (8:25 am)

      How dare you suggest the streets can be used for something other than speeding or parking.

  • BW August 6, 2020 (8:34 pm)

    Impossible burgers!  Fried chicken burgers!  Yum!

  • Mike August 6, 2020 (9:07 pm)

    I was in Enumclaw last week and very impressed with the canopies in the streets for restaurant tables.  .  Had my first sit down lunch in months, feeling safe.  

  • Syda Flores August 6, 2020 (10:12 pm)

    Great! We’ve missed Copper Coin, esp our 7 yo son!

  • Ilasdad August 7, 2020 (5:31 am)

    I’m glad they are reopening, but to be honest I’m a little sad there is no more seafood chowder. 

  • Katie August 7, 2020 (5:45 pm)

    Kudos to these guys for their willingness to adapt and to do it so quickly.  They turned lemons into lemonade.  I went today and the ordering process was super easy (you can do it on your phone or at kiosks), food came out quickly and perfectly packaged to go and was delicious!  They are canning their amazing beer assortment and some cocktails TO ORDER – how cool is that?!   Will be back many times!

    • Admiral resident August 7, 2020 (8:14 pm)

      I also went there and ordered from their kiosks. Agree the ordering process was easy. Happy to get the bacon Coin burger again.

  • Huck August 9, 2020 (9:55 am)

    We went here, saw the menu and walked out.We liked the choices on the menu prior to the change. Too bad.

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