For those lamenting the loss of summer that’s upon us, make note that Coppersmith 1894 (formerly referred to as Coppersmith Hall), is ready for you to take a look at the great expanse of eating, drinking, and big fun ahead for the space at 40 W 3rd Street.
To wit: multiple patios, the roof-deck raw bar replete with a vintage-y silver Airstream trailer, coffee shop concept, and cavernous interior (it’s inside the shell of the former 100-year-old Dahlquist Manufacturing Company, a copper boiler and metal fabrication facility), two permanent indoor food trucks (think: BBQ, specialty sandwiches), mixed use daytime serious coffee-shop and cafe, and all local ingredients in their shared-plates and hand-held small bites.
The long-awaited new ambitious South Boston restaurant complex will open to the public September 8. To get a peek at their opening menu click here.
Dan is a freelance journalist and has written for publications including Vice, Esquire, the Daily Beast, Fast Company, Pacific Standard, MEL, Leafly, Thrillist, and DigBoston.