September 22, 2010

Copia Urban Winery Returns

Amid such spectacle, the food clamors for attention. Salmon cured with lemongrass, an appetizer, is lovely to behold, the thin slices of fish wrapped around one another to resemble a blooming flower. Unfold a petal and you're rewarded with luscious salmon, its sweetness gradually yielding to lemongrass' verdant kick. Continue reading Ian Froeb's review of Copia Urban Winery. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
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Copia's entrance at 1122 Washington Avenue.
Copia's entrance at 1122 Washington Avenue.
The lounge area near the main bar at the front end of the restaurant.
The lounge area near the main bar at the front end of the restaurant.
Executive Chef Dave Rook in the front dining room of Copia Urban Winery.
Executive Chef Dave Rook in the front dining room of Copia Urban Winery.
One of the side dining rooms at Copia.
One of the side dining rooms at Copia.
The main bar.
The main bar.
In the shop at Copia.
In the shop at Copia.
The front dining room at Copia.
The front dining room at Copia.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.
The rear dining room features a retractable roof and lush greenery.