Copper Door Tavern -

Copper Door Tavern

Copper Door Tavern


272 3rd Avenue Corner of 21st St New York, NY 10010

Venue Information

Permanently closed due to pandemic

Situated in the Gramercy neighborhood, the Copper Door is named not just for the copper-colored door, but also for the copper-colored everything else, including the ceiling and the light fixtures that hang over the well-used wooden bar. What isn’t actually copper colored is in a hue that complements it, such as the exposed brick walls. Candles enhance the entire look. It is a good look for a sports bar that’s popular with the young professionals. Young people flood this place on the weekends for the $12 pitcher special. The menu is comfort food done well, especially the Shepherd’s Pie and the Pigs in a Blanket. Television screens are situated throughout the bar, such that you’re sure to catch the action. If you are a die-hard sports fan it is best to hit the back dining room if someone hasn’t beaten you to it (this room has a huge projection screen!) If you’re more into participation, there’s Buck Hunter. During this week, the bar is a popular watering hole with locals. On the weekends, the DJ breaks out the Top 40 and hip-hop and the place starts jumping. There are beer specials all day everyday at Copper Down Tavern. These specials include pints of Land Shark or Miller Lite for $3 and Miller Lite pitchers for $10.


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