The CopperPot

New American cuisine with South American flavors


Located in Red Hook, Brooklyn, The CopperPot is a purveyor of upscale casual American cuisine with Central and South American flavors from Chef James Novoa.

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The CopperPot is still in it's opening phase but the neighborhood has been so excited to welcome this new eatery. Since they opened their doors, Chef James Novoa has been serving both quality interpretations of classic American cuisine as well as dishes from Central and South America.

The CopperPot's interior reflects the hip sensibilities of the surrounding area while also paying tribute to Brooklyn's past. The bar top is made from the old floor beams of the exact floor it now rests upon from the recent renovation. With an elegant, farm house vibe the atmosphere captures the upscale, rustic farm-to-table cusine.



(929) 276-3330



347 Van Brunt St.
at Wolcott
Brooklyn, NY 11231



Mon Closed
Sa 10a-10:30p

Lunch Menu

Tuesday -Friday 12p-4p

Brunch Menu

Saturdays & Sundays only 10am - 3pm

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347 Van Brunt Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11231
United States


Hours and Events

Monday - Closed
Tuesday - Lunch 12p - 4p Dinner 5p - 10:30p
Wednesday - Lunch 12p - 4p Dinner 5p - 10:30p  Live Music 7:30p-10;30p with help from Keyed Up
Thursday - Lunch 12p - 4p Dinner 5p - 10:30p
Friday - Lunch 12p - 4p Dinner 5p - 10:30p KARAOKE 10pm-???
Saturday - Brunch 10a - 3p Dinner 5p - 10:30p
Sunday - Brunch 10a - 4p

Wednesday Live Music Schedule:

  • November 14 - Arturo Vera

    • Arturo Vera is a jazz and classical guitarist. Raised in Mexico City, Arturo was exposed to a variety of musical styles including flamenco, bossa nova, samba, and Latin rhythms from Cuba and Puerto Rico.

      Arturo has been an active teacher/performer in the New York area for the last 25 years.
      Throughout these years, he has performed with artists like Danny Rivera and Lucecita Benitez from Puerto Rico, as well as Nelson Ned from Brazil. More recent recordings include a Spanish CD of boleros, and a jazz/classical CD entitled “The Acoustic Project.”

      Today he leads his own Latin/Jazz band called “Trio La Clave,” performing with them in various venues around New York.

  • November 21 - The Andy Ascolese Trio (feat. Ray Scro)