Copper and Oak
As the team that brought you Brandy Library in TriBeCa prepares to launch its new project, Copper and Oak, we must first demonstrate to Community Board 3 that we would be a welcome addition to the Lower East Side. Community Board 3, like all the community boards within NYC, has an important advisory role in dealing with land use and zoning matters, the City budget, municipal service delivery and many other matters relating to their communities' welfare. They will also be asked for advice from the New York State Liquor Authority when it comes time to issue new licenses. We are asking all of you to please help us convince the Community Board 3 that we are not just another bar.
Like Brandy Library, the service at Copper and Oak will center on a knowledgeable staff with a large selection of aged spirits accompanied by a “small plates” style menu. Whether you like to have a seat or prefer to stand, the overall atmosphere will remain relaxed and comfortable.
Copper and Oak
will strive on the reputation that Brandy Library has built over the past
decade as a place respectful of the neighborhood. We strictly adhere to the standards set forth
by the New York State Liquor Authority, we are not open late on weekdays, we do
not entertain rowdy crowds and we politely refuse large groups that would serve
to disrupt the comfort of guests already enjoying their visit. Additionally, we are not the type of
establishment that entertains wait lines.
Guests are always welcome to put their name and number down, but are
encouraged to visit other neighborhood spots until we can properly accommodate
If you agree with the statements above and are eagerly anticipating the opening of Copper and Oak in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, than please take a moment to sign this petition. Your inclusion would be greatly appreciated.