The restaurant is pumped to make their existence official
One of Tucson’s newest restaurants is throwing a party and you’re invited.
Central Tucson restaurant Copper Rock Craft Eatery is hosting its Grand Opening party from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. on Thursday, January 16.
They’ve been open for a few weeks, but now the restaurant and executive chef Alan Lambert are ready to make it official, while showcasing its crafty comfort food and celebratory specials.
All day, they’ll be offering Happy Hour prices, 30% off of your meal — which excludes any alcohol purchases — and live music.
One of the menu’s highlights are the titanic plate of Ahi Nachos. The dish features seared sushi-grade ahi with tangy wakame, avocado, sesame slaw, unagi sauce, and Sriracha aioli on crunchy wonton chips.
If you’re looking for something not so massive, but equally as filling, try Copper Rock’s Signature Filet Mignon. It’s served on creamy mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Located in front of the renovated DoubleTree by Hilton Tucson Reid Park at 445 S. Alvernon Way, the dining room entrance features a 2,950-pound copper rock.
Copper Rock owner Allan Norville and his late wife Alfena Norville purchased the namesake copper rock as lifelong metal and mineral enthusiasts. Copper accents line the restaurant with details such as copper-plated beer taps.
Check out Copper Rock Craft Eatery at 445 S. Alvernon Way. For more information, visit copperrockcrafteatery.com.