Hotel Covington invites guests to dine at Coppin’s restaurant with a menu inspired by classic gastropub fare with a nod to both the North and the South. Look for soon-to-be classics like our special house blend Chef Burger with Boone Creek Cheddar and Bacon Marmalade; Father’s Country Ham with Biscuits and Bourbon Honey; Bobwhite Quail with Corn Pudding, Sorghum and Cracked Pepper.
Reflecting its geographic location in northern Kentucky, Coppin’s is approachable, intimate, and comfortable without relinquishing a strong sense of style and sophistication. The culinary team is dedicated to sustainable sourcing of meat, fish and game as well as culling the best the area has to offer from both regional and local farmers and artisans, providing seasonal variations throughout the menu. The 4,000 square-foot restaurant also features a 17-seat bar, featuring a curated line up of local craft beer, as well as a broad selection of wine, cider and a craft cocktail program.
Located in the center of the hotel is a one-of-a-kind 1,400 square-foot “jewel box” dining atrium, reminiscent of a greenhouse with floor-to-ceiling windows. This focal midpoint is a seasonal al fresco courtyard, with an inviting, intimate yet casual ambiance. Adjacent to the check-in desk is the 40-seat open lobby lounge, donned with relaxing furniture and window bench seats for guests to sit and sip on locally produced java, or grab-and-go with a hot cup on the way to work.