|Cuisine Type |||Fusion|
|Ambiance |||Quiet Conversation, Romantic Spot|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Notable Chef, Parking, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$41 and more|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Mon-Fri 11:00AM–10:00PM, Sat 4:00PM-10:00PM|
Profile Last Updated: October 02, 2008
Anyone who recalls Crackerjacks during its prime when it facilitated the heydays of alternative music will recall a potpourri of entertainment that graced the stage. Acts as diverse as Flaming Lips and Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet graced the stage in the club, located on the north side of the High Level Bridge, before the self-destructive nuances of grunge imploded and plunged the scene into the basement vaults of pop culture. What Is
Crackerjacks has gone through a couple of incarnations since then. The first was Rivo Tapas, which offered an eclectic, international cuisine and one of the coziest dining areas in metro E-town. Rivos Tapas has been renamed The Copper Pot, and the restaurant has a new chef ready to change your opinions about food. Edgar Gutierrez comes with years of experience, and has created a menu using quality organic ingredients that the service staff is proud to present to diners.
Start out with an appetizer like the Mini Beef Wellington, Calamari, Beef Tenderloin Wrapped Scallops, or the Warm Duck Confit Salad. Then choose from a range of entrees like the Espresso Rubbed Bison Rib Eye, Applewood Smoked Beef Tenderloin, Free Range Stuffed Chicken Breast and the Roasted Innisfail Pork Loin Chop. And then just dare to try the assortment of desserts available, stomach room permitting. Oh, and still all the rage is that splendid view of the river valley. Thankfully, some things never change.
Parking: Free underground heated parking