Experts in creating Insta-worthy interiors, the team at Coppa have a tried and tested formula for combining good looks and decent cookery to make venues people flock to. Coppa Club Clifton comes to the scene as little sibling to already established sister sites in places like London's Tower Bridge and Brighton. Found in Clifton Village, Coppa Bristol follows a similar format to previous outlets of the brand, offering members club-style spaces, but without the price tag.
Sprawled across two floors, the laid-back space offers something for everyone. You’re welcome to work from here if you’re looking to mix up your routine, or – at the other end of the scale – this is also a great space to meet friends for a Friday night of cocktails at the bar. The mezzanine level allows you to escape the busy downstairs dining room if you’re looking to catch up, or elsewhere there are plenty of tables in the main hub if you’re looking for an energetic space with plenty of atmosphere. Interiors mix up colours and textures so that each corner feels unique. Expect exposed brick, clashing fabrics and statement lighting.
The breakfast menu is made up of crowd-pleasing classics like pastries, buckwheat pancakes and avocado on toast. At the weekends there’s a more extensive brunch menu that allows you to fully unwind and enjoy the experience of having someone else rustle something delicious up for you for your first meal of the day.
The main menu is available at both lunch and dinner time and takes inspiration from European cookery with dishes like Puglian burrata, rare-seared yellowfin tuna and grilled marinated chicken, as well as light, summery salads, house-made pastas and crisp-crusted sourdough pizzas.
Thanks to its trendy address, Coppa Clifton Village is just a short stroll from the harbourside, where – if the fancy takes you - you can carry on your evening at one of the many bars.