Coppa Club Plans Putney Opening By Riverside

Aiming for 'private members' club feel' with three igloos for dining

A visualisation of how the new restaurant would look. Picture: Coppa Club


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Upmarket restaurant chain, Coppa Club, has announced it is planning to open in Putney on 2 November. It is understood that the new venture will be at the Wharf at 28 Brewhouse Lane, the former premises of Carluccios.

It will be the group’s second branch in London, with the other being by Tower Bridge, and ninth overall following launches in Clifton Village and Cobham earlier this year.

The riverfront location will serve breakfast, brunch, dinners, after-work drinks and they are partnering with Grind to provide their coffee.

The venue will have a large outside area, guests can dine alfresco on the terrace or in one of the three igloos planned for the site.

Coppa Club's igloos at its Tower Bridge site
Coppa Club's igloos at its Tower Bridge site. Picture: Coppa Club

The venue aims to be a neighbourhood retreat with the feel of a private member’s club (without any fees) and will also host speaker events and supper clubs on a regular basis .

Yishay Malkov, CEO, Coppa Club, comments, “We are thrilled to announce that we will be opening Coppa Club Putney this autumn. For years, private members’ clubs have monopolised the market as spaces for people to stay all day, from working to relaxing, and this is something we are starting to change, offering a clubhouse feel without the fees. At Coppa Club, we pride ourselves in providing people with a home-from-home experience, where they can work, eat, drink, meet or relax – from first thing in the morning until late at night. We are looking forward to becoming part of the local community and providing something for everyone in this beautiful region of Southwest London.”

Coppa Club Putney’s interior design takes inspiration from the boating heritage in the area with blues and greens throughout.

Customers will be able to hold business meetings and work from the quiet library snug which is filled with decorative bookcases and acts as an all-day workspace, complete with sofas, wooden furnishings, and a fireplace.

The dining area is set within a conservatory space, with slide-door panelling. The indoor-outdoor feel of the restaurant is complemented by Coppa Club’s terrace and igloos.

Coppa Club Putney says its menu will offer a modern take on British and Mediterranean classics, with dishes such as the Smoked Haddock and Salmon Fish Cake and a fresh Club Caesar Salad. The restaurant will offer a selection of fresh pasta and sourdough pizza.

The igloos will have an exclusive menu, with specials including the truffled wagyu burger and a warm chocolate fondant with caramelised white chocolate and salted caramel ice cream.

Coppa Club first opened six years ago in Sonning and its current locations include Tower Bridge, Clifton Village, Cobham Village, Henley-On-Thames, Maidenhead, Brighton, as well as Streatley-On-Thames and Sonning-On-Thames, which both include a riverside hotel.

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