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.
The Cooperage Inn is consistent ... good food, good service, interesting menu, lots of choices.
Went early because of how busy it is with the fall festivals going on. The food is always amazing, the service was great. Always a place to go back to or have a special occasion at. Best brunch!
Service was great but bread was tasteless and stale.
Wouldn’t order the fish again either. Probably best off having just the meat loaf.
We had the best time this past Saturday! We sat at the bar while waiting for our reservation. We were over an hour early and I'm so glad we were, the bar was lively, the bartender was amazing and we had so many laughs. We had a fantastic waitress, Kelly, who was attentive, friendly and attended to our every need
The food was delicious, I had the ribs and my friends each had the pot pie...highly recommended..
Great find and so happy it's open all year round. We will be back.
Seemed like more of a family affair but that did not deter us. My wife got the fish special which she really liked. I got the broiled seafood which is on the regular menu. It seemed as if they put my food all on one platter and then broiled it all until all of it was cooked through which meant that the shrimp were so dried out they were inedible, the stuffed fish was so dry and hard from over broiling that I could only eat the stuffing. I have no idea what they are using for stuffing the clams but they were overly crisp and the taste of the stuffing was awful. I think I ordered poorly. As I said, my wife liked her dinner. Mine was terrible. If you go, stay away from anything broiled. Service was good and we were seated about 15 minutes after our reservation. They do have a cool half price on select wine bottles thing on Fridays which is nice but being on the north fork, I was hoping to see some local wine on their half price list. Alas, there was none.
The whole atmosphere is great. Food is fabulous. Always enjoying coming here.
The waitress, Kelly, ignored my request to have my steak unmarinated. She claims she wrote it, but " I guess he didn't see it". I couldn't eat it, MUCH TOO PEPPERY! Waited a year to go back, to have the carrot layer cake. Sorry, bad! It was NOTHING like it was last year. The icing was not as creamy, and tasted like pure cream cheese. The cake tasted a though the carrots were dirty. Something was very different. NOT ALL THAT GOOD! Sorry. As far as Kelly goes, she offered to do nothing but shrug.
The smoked sweet potato and swordfish puttanesca was amazing.
I drive over an hour just to go to Cooperage Inn. 5 Stars all the way around. I recommend it to everyone. The brunch is fabulous also. Chicken Pot Pie is amazing. The coconut cream pie is delicious. Always a positive experience. Off peak hours is off course the quietest time. Love this place.
We love the Cooperage Inn! The ambience is always festive and homey. The food is always good and the service attentive.
Great food, great atmosphere! Must go. Enjoy it you yourself.
Great time !!
We always enjoyed dining at the Cooperidge Inn! And this time was no different. The food was superb, the staff was most attentive. Have recommended our friends to go here too!
This meal at the restaurant was disappointing --- we have been there in the past and was looking forward to this occasion. The pot pies were delicious! Our server was not on the ball. A long wait for our meal without checking up on us. The mussels were disappointing. Cooked in vegetable brine rather than sauce. Probable reason was that it was a weekend that brought in people for the Fall Festival they had. Too much attention to that rather than the restaurant crowd. May return to check it out again.
Took our parents to brunch for their 63rd anniversary. Food was great, our waitress was very pleasant and the Fall Festival was going on which was nice afterwards.
Always enjoy the Sunday Brunch! And if you love dessert this is the place for you. We try to go a few times a year!
great atmosphere, very delicious food. the Sunday brunch food select is amazing.
Service was a little slower than normal. Food was pretty good. I had the duck which I havent had in ages and realized how much i miss duck. 2 of us had the cowboy steak which was outstanding. The appetizer tower for 2 is a great deal though the waitress said there were 2 sping rolls cut in half for 4 pieces and there was only one cut into 2.
Only negative was that the waitress carried my plate over with the fork and knife on it...and knocked them both off causing my shirt and pants to get covered with the apricot sauce from the duck. She apologized but didnt offer to help..no extra napkin or club soda.
My first time at Cooperage Inn. Definitely will not be my last. Food was plentiful and delicious. Janet, our server, made sure we taken care of. The place was beautifully decorated. A true pleasure.
Fall brunch. Always a good experience!
Really nice place. Always decorated very nicely. Wait staff is pleasant and well mannered. The menu has much variety and is always very good.
Love this place. Great for ladies too. The Sunday Brunch is amazing too. We just had lunch, for their Chicken Pot Pie.
Sunday brunch with the family! Great time as always!
Excellent food and atmosphere in a beautifully decorated fine dining restaurant. The best restaurant I have been to, well worth the trip. Service is excellent.
Excellent all around. Took advantage of the fall special of half price bottles of wine.
All four of us had a great meal and our service was outstanding, thanks Dina.
Wish I learned of this restaurant a lot sinner. The food is amazing and fresh, Service is awesome and has a very nice atmosphere. Would highly recommend.
One of our favorite restaurants on the East End. Consistently excellent food, service somewhat slow, but great ambiance and excellent "home cooking"
Cozy country setting for brunch. Nice variety of food. Servers were very accommodating and helpful!
Very nice decor and grounds. The food and service was very good. Key lime mouse or was fantastic.
Very pretty. Nice staff. Easy to get to. Priced reasonably good.
It was s family gathering and we enjoyed two appetizers (eggplant fries and spring rolls)-both were good. Salads were very good. Always fresh and generous. A few people had chicken franchise which was good, one had a chicken pot pie and she loved it, and someone had a mixed seafood platter which he enjoyed. No one had dessert. Server was pleasant but very slow but better than being rushed. Overall, it was a pleasant family dinner.
Table for 4 was too small. My filet entree was over cooked. My wife’s paella was very hot and overly spicy. Appetizers and drinks were fine.
Service, food quality, ambiance
first time there will make sure I do come back again
Buffet was just ok. It seems like it could us an updating. Reminded me of a restaurant I worked at in 1992. Nothing special about the menu at all. Wasn’t bad just boring.
Average in every way. Food was reasonable in price & quality. Convenient when you aren’t up to making a meal at home. Lots of menu items w ordinary choices, prepared simply. Roasted chicken was all white meat, which without the offered sauces was dry after the first few warm mouthfuls. Clam bake was as expected- whole lobster was small but with good amount of meat. You’ll need the butter to add flavor to otherwise bland meal. Waitstaff was efficient & friendly. Restaurant itself is classic 50s with lots of stuff on the walls & even up to the ceiling, plastic decor.abounds.
Don’t expect to be wowed & you won’t be disappointed.
Our waiter Nick S. was absolutely wonderful. Food and service was amazing!
Excellent server who was especially attentive to our group which included a gluten free need and multiple allergies. Food was perfect.
Job well done.
Great food, great service, great ambiance, great value. What more could you want?