Former Snoqualmie Ridge bistro re-opens as Copper Public House, Thursday

Copper Public House opens its doors on Snoqualmie Ridge Thursday, July 27, at the former Glass &Bottle Bistro.

“Copper Public House offers an exquisitely raw experience,” said Tawni Christiansen, one of the owners and general manager. “This brand is built for families, friends, and just about anyone to swing by for quality food and drink.”

The menu at Copper Public House was developed by the owners and brought to life by Copper Public House’s chef, Jed Lutge. It revolves around classic Americana cuisine with a modern, rugged twist. Menu items include the brunch special, hazelnut biscuit French toast with rum caramelized bananas, appetizers such as stuffed peppers with fresh corn, and entrees such as the kalua pork biscuit sandwich with roasted pineapple slaw.

Good Libations LLC owns Copper Public House and is comprised of Tawni Christiansen, Adam Fry-Pierce, and Jeni Herberger.

For questions, send email to Fry-Pierce at adam@glassbottle-bistro.com.

Copper Public House is located at 7819 Center Blvd SE, Snoqualmie. Call (425) 888-9463.

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