253 Shawmut Ave.
Boston, MA 02118
Coppa, the intimate nose-to-tail themed enoteca nestled on the quiet corner of Shawmut Avenue and Milford Street in Boston's South End, features a menu of Italian small plates made with locally sourced, sustainable ingredients, complemented by an eclectic wine list, and unique cordial-based cocktails.
A collaborative effort from chefs Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette, Coppa is the perfect destination for pre-dinner aperitivi, several courses of delicious stuzzichini, or a late-night cocktail or glass of vino. During the cooler winter months, diners enjoy house-made charcuterie, wood-oven pizzas, and handmade pastas in the inviting and cozy, forty-seat dining room. In the summer months, the culinary fun moves outside onto the brick patio which seats another twenty-four.
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