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Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant
American Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM
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4110 W Boy Scout Blvd Tampa, FL 33607
4110 West Boy Scout BoulevardUSFloridaTampa33607
$$American Restaurant, Winery
American Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 11:00 AM – 12:00 AM
Friday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMSaturday 11:00 AM – 12:00 AMSunday 11:00 AM – 11:00 PMMonday 11:00 AM – 11:30 PMTuesday 11:00 AM – 11:30 PMWednesday 11:00 AM – 11:30 PMThursday 11:00 AM – 11:30 PM
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
"However, the wine tasting was great and I enjoyed the service."
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Nina Cruz
3 weeks ago
Went on a Thursday evening around 7:30 pm it was pretty pack. The wine tasting is on a first come basis, so there was a wait. However, the wine tasting was great and I enjoyed the service. They give you three menus to choose from. It depends on what type of wine you like. I choose the menu with more reds, because that is what I enjoy. They give you about eight glasses of different wines, and if you choose to buy a bottle you can. Their Cooper's Hawk red wine was great and it was not very expensive to bring a bottle home. We also loved their sweet red wine and if you love white chocolate it goes perfectly together. Overall, we had a good time.
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Daniel Valentin
a week ago
By far one if the best happy hours around. I didn't give it 5 stars because it is from 3-6 and should end at 7. Great atmosphere and of course excellent wine and food!
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Amara G
5 months ago
Sometimes I miss Napa. I long for the smell of the corks and wooden boxes. The busyness of the eager-to-get-drunk at the bar and the green of the vines as a reminder of the closeness between the sacred and the profane. But especially, I miss the wine flights. Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant provides the quickest fix to my Napa withdrawal nostalgia. The building stands as aloof as many of the California Wineries. Serious and pompous and seemingly un-festive. The front store welcomes you to sell you wine knick-knacks and gadgets, decanters and expensive crystal glasses. Useless for a wino like myself, but I admit to owning such trifles of the sold idea of “la buena vida.” The entrance is almost touristy. Very staycationy. Yuppies and oldies elegantly dressed sipping at the bar from this one and that one… or that other bottle. The service as impeccable as the sophisticated décor. No sudden movements or extravagant tics welcomed. I went for dinner with friends… and for brunch with other friends. Only the lighting coming from the windows was different. Classy and sullen both times. But they do sell my favorite wine which is any wine that I enjoy, and the many dishes I have shared and tested have remained memorable. I love the flight of Sangiovese, Cabernet Savignon, Petite Syrah and Zinfandel. The Sparkling Flight is also incredible. The peach flavored one is out of this world as is the almond one. We enjoyed our flights with the cheese tablet of Chef Matt’s favorites. Some Agour Petit Ardi Gasna, some Wildmer’s one year-aged cheddar, some Salemville Smokehous Blue (even when I am antagonistic to blue cheese I rather enjoyed this one) and some Brugge Kaas Corsedonk which turned out to be my hoarded choice. After much discussion over which cheese enhanced which wine, the lobster bisque soup chunky and creamy warmed me unexpectedly. I was not eager to share this dish, but obliged out of harassed politeness. The house-made meatballs with ricotta are delicious. So are the Asian Pork Belly Tostadas… but I have to admit that anything with pork belly in it immediately takes over my taste buds and my memory. Suddenly my epicurean Alzheimer manifests itself with a loud: “this is my very favorite thing in the world. EVER” My friends understand my fickleness. Do try the short rib risotto. I love truffles almost as much as I love my cat, Vincent. The aroma of this rice almost made me forget I share my life with a feline. The Caprese flatbread is quite nice too, but common. The gnocchi with roasted butternut squash can’t be ignored unless you intend to return so that you don’t leave with any regrets. The great thing about this place is that you can make this occasion as expensive or as affordable as you want to. There are plates that greatly vary in price as do the wine bottles. All crafted impeccably. When I miss Napa I don’t have to beg my accountant, have a melt down or throw tantrums. The Napaesque experience and the wine flights without the flying bring the magic home.
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Faith Cooper
9 months ago
Always a great time! I love the wine and the food is all made from scratch. Eating lunch there always gives me a good excuse to go to the mall and spend money! :)
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Corinne Mansfield
a month ago
Had dinner at Cooper's Hawk last evening. Felt like I was in California, excellent service, food and wine. An interesting menu. I ordered 2 appetizers and shared my partner's salad. The portions are very generous. I had to take most of one appetizer home with me. Cooper's Hawk is spacious and was filled with a lively group of people of all ages.Some were carrying out packages of wine. The internet told me about their wine club, sounded good. I just became a member.
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Troy Saltiel
in the last week
Never seen a menu where everything in the menu sounded delicious. Everything we had was stellar and the prices are reasonable too. Just take note you will need a reservation for dinner.
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Joyce Dimmer
4 months ago
Fantastic service and food. Filet mignon and braised ribs were perfectly paired with a zinfandel40/cab60 mix. We will be back!
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Stephen Karras
10 months ago
I love this place. The atmosphere is great, The wines are delicious and they have a pretty decent beer selection as well. The service is always top notch and the food is always amazing. I highly recommend the Risotto. However, if you're in the mood for a burger, the Bacon Jalepeno burger is the best around. Ask to have it server on a Pretzel Roll. Be sure to save room to the pretzel bread pudding. You won't be disappointed, guaranteed!


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