After three years of absence, the Copacabana Supper Club is again reigning supreme in a new four-story complex located in the heart of Times Square. The club will retain its nostalgic food offerings and is certain to reclaim its name to fame following the city’s right to eminent domain which took over its previous location for years on W. 34th Street in order to expand the 7 subway line westward.
Owner John Juliano and his partners now call 268 W. 47th Street at 8th Avenue home (where the former China Club used to be) and they have expanded the club to include a new stage, rooftop dining/dancing, VIP Room and all new furnishings. A grand opening is scheduled for July when Chef Alex Garcia and Restaurateur Spencer Rothschield will debut the retro-glamorous supper club to the public, showcasing the ultimate dining experience offering authentic Latin cuisine highlighting regional specialties of a variety of Hispanic countries, live music and plenty of ambience. At the bar, diners will be able to satisfy their thirst with an extensive collection of over 100 different rums including acapa Centernario, El Dorado – a 21-year old Special Reserve, and Matusalem Gran Reserva, 18 years old, among others.
The Copacabana Supper Club will be open six nights a week, 5 p.m.-11:00 p.m. and a late night menu is available until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturdays. For reservations, bookings for private parties and more call the club at 212-239-COPA or visit www.TheCopaCabana.com