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Once the promenade around the Tri-Cities Historical Museum is over, visit The Copper Post. Try nicely cooked ribs, smoked salmon and ribeye to form your opinion about this bar. Most guests recommend trying tasty cheesecakes and good potato waffles. This place is known for delicious whiskey. Drink the great coffee served here.

The cosy atmosphere of The Copper Post makes guests feel relaxed and have a nice time. The appealing staff welcomes visitors all year round. Service at this place is something one can name cool. Most people suppose that the dishes are offered for democratic prices. As you can see, this spot provides the lovely decor. But clients rate this bar below average on Google.

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Service was good, drinks were not very good, and the food wasn't of the quality a downtown restaurant should produce.
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I have had good service and food in past and have tipped well because of it. However, the service today was horrible. Ordered grits and a biscuit with my omelet. I was the only one seated at a table across from the bar with 5 or 6 people at the bar. Other than myself the seating area across from the bar was empty. When my meal came I asked for butter for my biscuit, no big deal, but the "waitress" went back to bar tending. I figured she forgot what I requested. While waiting I realized I got hashbrowns with my omelet instead of grits. Instead of eating the omelet I continued to wait for waitress to bring the butter. I thought I would mention the absence of the grits I ordered at that time. She continued  talking with customers at the bar. So, I brought my plate up to the bar and mentioned that I ordered grits, not hashbrowns, with my omelet. I also reminded her about the butter. She said "Ya, I know. I was going to get it." So, I went back and sat down to wait. I figured she would grab my plate from the bar and bring it back to the kitchen to rectify. Leaving my plate at the bar, she went back to chit-chatting with her customers at the bar. Not wanting to wait any longer or eat an omelet that the bar tender left out in the open at the bar, I left. No excuse for that type of service. Other than the people at the bar the place was almost empty.
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i always have a great experience at the copper post. my server bella was amazing, best attitude and super polite. The copper post has the best ribs in town! Ya Post!
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New American, American, Vegetarian options
Closed todayOpens at 11:30AM tomorrow
$$$$ Price range per person $10 - $25
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100 Washington Ave
Grand Haven, Michigan, USA
100 Washington Ave, Grand Haven, Michigan, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Takeaway No delivery Booking Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:30AM-7PM
MondayMon 11:30AM-8PM
TuesdayTue 11:30AM-8PM
WednesdayWed 11:30AM-8PM
ThursdayThu 11:30AM-8PM
FridayFri 11:30AM-9PM
SaturdaySat 11:30AM-9PM

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