New Orleans is my family’s hometown, a place with its own unique flavors, fashions and passions. Over 25 years ago, my father began a tradition that my family is proud to carry on today: to serve an authentic, hometown New Orleans taste and ambiance to guests who enjoy truly exceptional food and hospitality.
Our casually festive atmosphere combines New Orleans flavor and comfort with an upscale sensibility. From the Creole favorites that embody the heart and soul of Southern Louisiana, to our flavorful takes on seafood, pasta, salads, steaks and desserts, we offer something for everyone.
We are very proud of our new menu. Some of our original dishes are still featured on our menu – you’ll find them marked since 1983. Everything on our menu is made from scratch with only the freshest, premium ingredients. Our chefs take pride in blending mouthwatering sauces and seasonings to bring out the robust signature flavors we’re famous for nationwide. And please, enjoy dessert — our own recipe of delicious homemade signature cheesecake is the ultimate in decadent delight!
At Copeland’s, our goal is to provide a superlative dining experience like no other, whether you’re dining with family
or business associates, sharing a romantic evening or celebrating a special occasion. My father was so proud of this restaurant and out of a sincere sense of pride in our unique foods, flavors and our friendly, professional staff, he gave it our family name. It is a pleasure to continue his vision, and share our family’s signature blend of hometown New Orleans with you. This is your Copeland’s.
It’s no wonder we have sold so many wings after wins at the Buffalo Wing Festival 3 years in a row. Wingstop has taken chicken wings to a whole new level by saucing and tossing them in a choice of 9 flavors.
Harvard and Floy Harp founded Harps in 1930. They started the first store with $500 in cash that Harvard had saved while working in the citrus industry in California. The first store was Harps Cash Grocery and was located in Springdale, AR. Over the next 34 years they remodeled, expanded, and moved to bigger buildings as their business continued to grow.