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Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant
American Restaurant$$
Today 11AM–9:30PM
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4110 W Boy Scout Blvd Tampa, FL 33607
4110 West Boy Scout BoulevardUSFloridaTampa33607
$$American Restaurant, Winery
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11AM–9:30PM
Wednesday 11AM–9:30PMThursday 11AM–9:30PMFriday 11AM–10:30PMSaturday 11AM–10:30PMSunday 11AM–9PMMonday 11AM–9:30PMTuesday 11AM–9:30PM
After four years of planning and construction, Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant opened in 2005 in Orland Park, a south suburb of Chicago. The concept was unique. We would create a signature menu with a selection of dishes designed to pair perfectly with our own Cooper’s Hawk wines, made in our own private winery. With sophisticated food and exceptional wines, our concept was born.

The Cooper’s Hawk concept includes four distinct components: an upscale casual dining restaurant, full-service bar, private barrel-aging room, and Napa-style tasting room and retail gift store…all under one roof. Each Cooper’s Hawk location is distinctive in layout and décor, but carries the same warmth and elegance that guests have come to expect.

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Upscale chain serving New American fare paired with house-label wines in a contemporary setting.- Google
"The wine club membership is a great deal and the food is always amazing!"
"I'd highly recommend a weekend lunch here, the turkey and brie is marvelous."
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Armando Padron-Cruz
3 months ago
Cooper's Hawk is a winery first, and a restaurant second, but neither are diminished by the other. The menu comes with suggestions to accompany each plate of food with a specific bottle of wine. There are pages of Bins which are all excellent. The decorum is modern and wooded. The interior is light, bright, and spacious. When it comes to food, meat and seafood are its focus--again winery first (red wine for meat, white wine for seafood and chicken). Though that is not to say it isn't diverse to include all cravings--salads, pasta, and burgers are also stacked into its menu book. Every now and then, the restaurant's bar in the entrance holds tastings for new bottles of wine alongside snacks. If it's your thing to smoke a cigar after a meal to relax outside, a walk across the parking lot will take you to a Cigar Lounge with an outside hang out. Food and Wine Suggestions: Lux Chardonnay Crab and Lobster Bisque Short Rib Risotto Chocolate Pretzel Bread Pudding
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Patrick-Julian Q. Fulgado
2 months ago
Great food for reasonable prices. Love the variety as they have a little of Asian, Italian, America etc. Happy Hour ends on the early side of 6pm but nearly food item is $7 and most drinks are $5. Service has always been quick and friendly.
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This is a winery first and foremost, but food was very good. The menu lists wine suggestions for each item. They also offer wine flights, which is a good deal. We thoroughly enjoyed the food and would recommend it highly.
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Ric Rini
5 months ago
Currently this review is just for drinks and the atmosphere. We stopped in for some drinks prior to going to our final destination. The location is easy to find is literally across the street from the International Mall complex on Boy scout Rd. The space is large and does not have tight feel at all. Upon first entering you are greeted on the right by the hostess/reservation kiosk/podium to a very friendly and helpful staff. To the right is a very long wine tasting bar top that can accommodate plenty of people. Further back is the actual bar area which has pleasant views large windows and plenty of table top and bar seating available. We found the wines that they showcase to be very average to our taste and not that appealing to our taste palate. But if you enjoy their wines then I would say that this might be the place for you and guests. It does make for an excellent group meeting/happy hour facility as well as entertaining clients.
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Amanda Weston
3 weeks ago
We went for our first time last night and the service and food was spectacular. We were served by Amanda who was friendly, humorous, and extremely attentive and knowledgeable. We first ordered the pork belly tostadas and the chicken potstickers as appetizers and were impressed by the flavors and how delicious the items were. There were three of us so I ordered the Gnocchi Carbonara, my boyfriend ordered the short rib risotto, and our friend ordered the life balance salmon entree. Each our of entrees were incredible. The flavors and the amount of food was perfect. We also ordered the smores and key lime pie desserts that were huge and so delicious. Overall, this establishment is beautiful, delicious, and welcoming. Thank you, Amanda for being so fantastic and for making our first experience one that will make us come back for years to come. Highly recommend!
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Travel Reviews
4 months ago
I lived in Columbus, OH for a number of years and ate at Cooper's Hawk 3 times. Once by choice and twice via business invite. Each time was less than memorable relative to the food and wine. Now, if you've never lived in Columbus, you would not know that it's an incredible foodee town. Lots of innovation, outstanding service and endless choices of establishments. Quite surprising actually. I think that if you create a restaurant in Columbus that is less than great, you will likely not be in business for 6 months -- lots of competition. However, Cooper's Hawk is a clear exception to that rule. I've recently seen their establishments in other cities and fail to understand the attraction. Maybe it's the fact that 20-somethings and cougars trolling for 20-somethings like the idea that they are eating in a faux winery? I can't figure it out but I know I won't return.
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Ceacret Crush
2 months ago
Pre-Birthday Celebration....EVERYTHING was FABULOUS!!!!! We went for happy hour it was the best...We had the passion fruit sangria, romance red, steak flat bread, meatballs, pot stickers, egg rolls (da bomb)!
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Visionary Dreamer
4 months ago
I've been to Coopers Hawk four times. I love sitting outside there and the waiters are nice. I went earlier this week and the food was missing something and kind of bland. I didn't quite enjoy this past experience but I really enjoyed going to Coopers Hawk my few first times.


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