40 W. 3rd Street
Boston, MA 02127
Alcohol, Date Idea, Food
South Boston Restaurant Celebrates Sail Boston with Themed Specials Available Friday, June 15 – Wednesday, June 21
WHAT: Coppersmith, South Boston’s vintage-industrial restaurant, is celebrating the return of the Tall Ship fleet for Sail Boston 2017, with nautical-themed specials available during lunch, dinner and brunch service from Friday, June 15th, 2017 through Wednesday, June 21st, 2017.
Located on the border of the South Boston, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods, Coppersmith’s dynamic venue is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat and drink either pre-parade of sails or after the waterfront festivities. For a limited time only, guests will be able to feast on the bold flavors of Executive Chef Jason Heard with specials such as the Fisherman’s Plate featuring crab, shrimp, Andouille sausage, mussels, corn and potatoes in a spicy beer broth ($25).
Toast to the return of the Tall Ships with a Call Me Captain featuring Captain Morgan’s Spiced Rum, house-made lemonade, raspberry puree garnished with a lime wedge and raspberries ($12), Perfect Storm with Kraken Spiced Rum, Goslings Ginger Beer topped with Allagash White Ale garnished with candied ginger ($13) or a Traditional Dark + Stormy made with Goslings Dark Rum, Goslings Ginger Beer and garnished with a lime wedge ($12).
Don’t miss out on celebrating Sail Boston at South Boston’s vintage-industrial warehouse! Reservations are highly recommended. To book a reservation or for more information, please visit www.coppersmith.com.
WHERE:40 W. 3rd Street, South Boston, 02127
WHEN: Friday, June 15, 2017 – Wednesday, June 21, 2017 | Available during lunch and dinner service
COST: Prices vary
Coppersmith is a dynamic venue with multiple spaces serving globally-influenced sharable plates from Executive Chef Jason Heard in a vintage-industrial warehouse. Located on the border of the South Boston, Fort Point and Seaport neighborhoods, the building was constructed in 1894 as the home to a copper fabricator and has since been refurbished to retain aesthetic elements including reclaimed steel, restored brick and exposed timbers.
Coppersmith serves lunch, dinner and bar service seven days a week as well as brunch service on weekends. The Airdeck overlooking South Boston offers a classically-outfitted vintage Airstream serving craft beer, wine and specialty seasonal cocktails with a picnic-style atmosphere where guests can choose from a variety of platters that serve up to 10 guests in authentic Radio Flyer Wagons and enjoy fun group games like cornhole. The Coppersmith Café is located at the front of the restaurant and is an intimate and sociable neighborhood cafe that serves artisan small batch coffee beverages from Counter Culture Coffee as well as house-made pastries and various made to order breakfast & lunch items. The café is open weekdays from 7AM – 3PM and weekends from 8AM-11:30 AM.
Coppersmith is available for almost any type of private event for groups of 20-600 ranging from intimate seated dinners, cocktail receptions, corporate launch parties, non-profit fundraisers and more. Coppersmith is located at 40 W. 3rd St., South Boston, 02127. For more information, please visit www.coppersmithboston.com.