Cooperage Inn Restaurant
The name "Cooperage Inn" comes from the craft of coopering, which goes back a few centuries, when it was the major method of packaging. We are located in the Long Island Wine region. Wine makers have always relied on the skills of the Village Cooper to store and age their wines.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
Chicken Pot Pie
Pulled white and dark meat chicken, carrots, celery, corn, peas & potatoes, sherry cream sauce, baked in a casserole, puff pastry crust
Coconut Cream Pie
Honey Roasted Cedar Plank Salmon*
Smokey sweet tomato ragout, sautéed market vegetables, brown rice pilaf
We have dined at Cooperage Inn several times and have never been disappointed. The food has always been great, service excellent, especially from Julie!
Everyone was welcomingand professional and attentive to
Loved it! Everyone was beyond nice and helpful. Beautiful atmosphere. Can’t wait to go back!
Some members of our party reside in Upstate NY. The visit to your restaurant was a highlight of their visit. Thank you
We had a lovely dinner at the Cooperage Inn!
Cooperage is always a sure bet to have good food and great ambiance.
Always very good. A bit disappointed that bread now comes at a price.
Swordfish blacked special was great. I love trying out specials there never disappointed
Isabelle our service was outstanding. The chicken pot pie was the best I’ve ever had. Can’t wait to go back!
The Cooperage never disappoints! Took my friend out for a birthday dinner. We throughly enjoyed every minute!
Average food, so so service, in a nice setting.
We’ve been here many times and it’s always been delicious and well worth the trip and the money. But this was the first time both my wife and I felt that maybe it wasn’t worth it. The food was just OK at best. Which is very shocking especially with the increased pricing. Pay more get less.
This was our first time dining at Cooperage Inn and we were very excited based on reviews and menu. Our first impression with the hostesses were not great. They were perfunctory and unfriendly, both on the phone and in person. We asked to be seated outdoors, which I would highly recommend. Try and get a table near the koi pond and fountain. It’s really nice. The young waiters in the outdoor area were so nice and really worked to make everyone’s dining experience a good one. My husband and I had very different opinions of the food though. My husband loved it, but I thought it was OK. The entire restaurant’s vibe skewed to a much older customer. The menu sounded great, but wasn’t my taste. There were a lot of heavy sauces on many of the choices. We ordered the bread basket with hummus (just OK) and the tasting tower as appetizers. I liked the bruschetta and my husband Loved the stuffed clams. However the crab cake was very undercooked and “wet” inside and my husband didn’t like sauce it was slathered in. The chicken Tacitos (Hope I have the names of everything right) were delicious but a bit greasy. It came with a heavy sauce, but the sauce was excellent. For the main courses my husband ordered the duck with the sauce on the side, but it came with the sauce on it so it wasn’t as crispy... but he still LOVED it. I decided to try the chicken pot pie since they are famous for that, and it was very good. Red wines were not good at all. They tasted corked. So while I’d love to give it 5 stars, I thought it was good but not great. My husband however would back anytime. Hope this helps.
It took almost an hour for entrees to arrive and 40 minutes for the bread. Food was average (that's being generous.) Baked claims were soggy and gritty. Way too much butter/ oil so platter was heavy and greasy.
One of our favorites/ Cooperage never disappoints - also very community oriented and charitable- enjoy
Food was delicious and service was outstanding
The food was absolutely amazing and our waitress Bella was awesome! I will definitely be returning this weekend. I don't have one negative thing to say. Blown away by the kind staff and excellent food.
Love love it, desserts were excellent as were the entrees
Delicious food, great ambience, very clean, waitstaff very polite and obliging.
The food was delicious and service was excellent. Our waitress was very attentive and accommodating. We will definitely return.
Outstanding food every time! Great staff. Highly recommend.
I love this restaurant!
Great food and service
First time here. Food was delicious!
Good was great, we always
Dane, our server was outstanding!!!
The food overall was amazing! The lobster pot pie was fantastic- unlike any pot pie we ever had! It is a must have if you go to The Cooperage Inn.
Always come here to enjoy the food and drinks. ALWAYS consistent!
The food was plated beautifully and hot! The only thing that was a little disappointing was the vegetables were a little hard and needed to be steamed longer.
Always a great meal.. Both lunch and dinner was delicious with great service!! We had the lobster bake and seafood medley for dinner and crispy fish sandwich and tuna wrap for lunch. All meals were amazing and that's from 2 picky seafood eaters. Our favorite place to eat out East.
Went there dor a pre birthday lunch, food was delicious service was excellent. Enjoyed my free dessert.. I would and have recommend Cooperage Inn .Looking forward to going back.
It was perfect!!!
Food was excellent. I had Lobster pot pie and my wife had Chicken and Shrimp Francese. Both delicious. Overall ambiance at Cooperage is really nice. The only issue we had was the very slow service. Not sure the reason for this. Maybe this is normal for Cooperage but it took us 2.5 hours from arrival to finish. We don’t want to feel rushed at a restaurant but we did have long waits between courses. Perhaps it was a staffing issue as restaurants get back up and running.
The Cooperage Inn restaurant is charming, with several small rooms and outdoor seating. We felt very comfortable. The staff was friendly and the service was excellent. We had the seafood melody, with fresh seasonal vegetables and garlic mash potatoes. Everything was cooked to perfection. We enjoyed our meals so much that we came back the next day for Lunch. We had the oversized salads. The greens and vegetables were fresh and crisp!
Enjoyed a lovely lunch with a friend yesterday. We had the scallop and shrimp salad and it was delicious! Service was great! We have not seen each other in awhile and had a lot to catch up on. We were at table for 3 hours and were never rushed . Highly recommend!
excellent service overall - great waitress! what more can I say? IF IN THE AREA - GO ALREADY!!!!
Once again we went for our anniversary. We were not disappointed. The food was great from the appetizers to the entrees and desserts. The staff were friendly and attentive. What’s not to like. We will be dining there again in the near future.
The quality of the food and large portion sizes are impressive. The staff was very accommodating, will return when I'm in the area.
Cooperage Inn Restaurant offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (631) 727-8994.
Cooperage Inn Restaurant is rated 4.7 stars by 1847 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.