Cooperage Inn Restaurant
The name "Cooperage Inn" comes from the craft of coopering, which goes back a few centuries, when it was the major method of packaging. We are located in the Long Island Wine region. Wine makers have always relied on the skills of the Village Cooper to store and age their wines.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Many choices on the menu. Our meal and service were exceptional. The restaurant is completely covid friendly. We will be returning.
Eggplant fries were excellent broiled seafood platter was very good however marinated cowboy steak was very tough and not worth $39. They do not offer free refill on soda so I had two sodas that cost $6 plus they charge you 3.5% if you use a credit card which most restaurants don't do either. Been coming here 15 years kind of a turn off
Such a hidden treasure! The food was amazing, and service was fantastic.
Great Drinks! Food was very good. Decor is tired and outdated. Like an old ladies house. Service was very friendly.
Excellent food, great ambiance!! The service was great; they were friendly and attentive.
Enjoyed a very nice lunch there at Cooperage. Service was excellent and so was the food.
Good food and service. Will be back.
Great food great service, great choice. Always consistent
Delicious food and wonderful experience
Short rib pot pie (special) was a huge disappointment. Did not have any short ribs, basically it was a vegetable pot pie. My husband's short rib pot pie did have meat, so he shared with me. When we told the waitress and host, all they could do was say "we will tell the chef" and "sorry". We have been consistent customers and I feel there should have been some kind of reduction in price, or at least offer a drink or dessert, to show customer appreciation and desire for us to come back.
Hi There! I'm so sorry to hear about your experience with the short rib pot pies. We are still working on the recipe, as they are a new item. We've had great feedback so far. What this does tell us, is that the meat needs to be pulled and evenly distributed earlier in the process. I do apologize for your meal. Please contact me at 631.727.8994, I'd like to have the chance at a re-do. Thanks! Scott Hopkins, Manager, Cooperage Inn.
The chicken pot pie is amazing!
Every year I take my nieces to Manhattan for a play and dinner. This year with COVID-19 we could not do that. My second choice was the Cooperage inn and everybody loved it. It’s my favorite place to go. Food is always delicious. The staff is always friendly. See you in two weeks for Thanksgiving
Even in the time of COVID the Cooperage Restaurant made our first time visit a pleasant one. Would highly recommend to friends and family.
I typically don't write reviews, but my experience at the Cooperage Inn was exceptionally poor so I felt I needed to warn other. First, we were sat by a big party that was loud and annoying. Our waitress and service was terrible from start to finish. She knew nothing about gluten free options. We ordered drinks and then she never came back to tell us they were out of 2 different wines we picked until almost an hour later. Never asked if we wanted refills. I was told a dish could be make without garlic, then 20 minutes later told it couldn't. I reordered the filet mignon nd told I could have jasmine rice because their rice pilaf had gluten? Weird but okay. After waiting what seemed like forever, our dinners arrived and mine came with just my filet and a veggie and no rice. They then told me that the jasmine rice was full of garlic. What? I have never seen jasmine rice with tons of garlic. It seems the chef here only knows how to cook with garlic and no other spices, so if you can't eat garlic DO NOT EAT HERE! I was very hungry after a day of wine tasting and was looking forward to my birthday dinner here. I started to eat and the steamed veggies were just that...steamed and bland. No butter, so salt, no olive oil, no taste. My filet mignon was like a burnt hockey puck! I have had plenty of filets that are delicious with just some salt, and when cooked well, are so tender. They tried to tell me it was charred..but it was completely burnt on the outside and not medium rare on the inside. It had absolutely no flavor or seasoning at all! It was so inedible I had to send it back and go home hungry. They took the entree off the bill but didn't apologize or offer me anything else. My husband's ribeye was also tough, chewy and tasteless. For $40 what a rip off! To top it off I had put that it was my birthday when booking the reservation and no one even said happy birthday or acknowledged the special occasion. What a sour end to a lovely day. I will NEVER go back again.
we go there quite ofter and always enjoy ourselves. Good food and great service
This was the perfect place to celebrate our friend’s birthday. The atmosphere was perfect - beautiful, quaint rooms decorated in a homey atmosphere. We all had the flank steak which was cooked perfectly to each of our requests. The pumpkin beer was delightful and the wine list satisfactory. We each left with a highly recommended frozen chicken pot pie. Overall, we had an exceptional dining experience!!
Food good as always. Respectful use of space and adherence to COVID protocol.
We both had pot pies and it was DELISH. Service was fantastic as well.
Went to Cooperage Inn during the week for an early dinner. Have been there numerous times before. It is always a welcoming atmosphere. The wait staff are always pleasant. They know the answers to questions about the menu. The food has always been delicious. The portion sizes are big and satisfying.
We love it here! As busy as it was on Halloween night, it was organized and the service was excellent. One of our favorite places to dine.
We enjoyed the food and service. The staff was great and the attention to detail was excellent. They adhered strictly to the Covid-19 protocols which we appreciated. Overall a great night out.
We made reservation for outside sitting but when we came it was pretty chilly outside and even though they had a couple of overhead heaters they didn't give out much. I asked to move us inside and the host did it with no issues. The tables were spaced pretty far one from each other so we felt pretty good about social distancing.
The food is very good. Fluke is amazing. The special desert apple pie was not only excellent but very big too so it was enough to share for all four of us. This was our second time this year and we will definitely visit next year.
They never disappoint! Food was delish! Took home the coconut cream pie! Love it!
Always a warm welcome and ambience. Even with the crisis it’s a safe and familiar place. The food is consistently good as are the portions.
The staff however is not engaging or friendly. They are just servers and act as if they can’t wait for the shift to end.
We offer this as a constructive opinion and not criticizing. We and our family think of you as our cozy place
when we decide to eat out
This was a superb experience that exceeded expectations. My family was a party of four and all of us received ample portions. The food was outstanding. We had a gift card in the amount of $100.00 - the bill came to $121.00. I should say that none of us ordered any alcoholic beverages nor did we order dessert. I still feel that the pricing was very reasonable considering we did order appetizers and four entrees. Looking forward to a future visit.
This restaurant is a home run...great food and the service was top notch!
Great place in rhe area, probably the best restaurant . Delicious food. The chicken pot pie is definitely a must. Good fish. Good meat and desserts.
Only issue we had the waitress told us the catch of the day was Striped Bass. They brought us swordfish but did not say anything. When we mentioned that to her, she said she was wrong. No apology, I bet she did not even tell her manager.!
We love the Cooperage Inn and were thrilled when they were finally open for inside dining after the Covid 19 shut down. We worried that they might cut corners to offset any losses, but it's the same wonderful dining experience it's always been. Food was delicious and plentiful and the staff were super friendly and helpful as always. One thing to note, if you pay with a credit card you will have a small service charge added to your bill (they refer to it as you get a discount if you pay cash). It wasn't a big deal to us, but the first time it was a surprise so I thought I'd mention it. They do have an ATM in the lobby, should you need one.
We always come to Cooperage as the food and service are great. We have not been let down yet.
Took my mom for her birthday she got short ribs I think it was more like brisket than short ribs she said it was OK.The stuffed clams and shrimp were tasty, but I did find that what you got for the money we paid I’m not going back anytime soon. Our waitress was wonderful And more than happy to do a little birthday dessert for my mom as well. the hostess was very nice also.
Very nice but noisy outside from cars. Not much they can do but offer sitting inside.
Each dish ordered was delicious and generous portions
Outdoor dining was beautiful in a lovely garden. Food came out piping hot despite the fact that it as 55 degrees out. Service and food wonderful. We plan to return next week. The chicken pot pie was to die for!
Would highly recommend the Cooperage Inn for dinner. The food was delicious and the service was quick and efficient.
Lovely setting and great food.
Great place to eat. Just know they are charging for bread basket . Also a additional 5.00 charge to have a salad with your dinner
We've been here several times & it never disappoints!!
Great service. Nick is always attentive and knowledgeable. Amazing food and atmosphere as well.
This is the first time I’ve been and will be back regularly. The food was delicious. I had the chicken pot pie and even bought a frozen one to bring home. It’s the best I’ve had. The coconut cream pie is home made and another winner.
Danielle our waitress was fantastic ! She was very knowledgeable about the menu . She suggested the harvest salad with that amazing dijon dressing and the chicken pot pie was outstanding . Thank you for great service !! Hope to be back soon!
Cooperage Inn Restaurant offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (631) 727-8994.
Cooperage Inn Restaurant is rated 4.6 stars by 1608 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.