The Best Wine Bars in Portland

Apr 04, 2017

Coopers Hall, the big, bright event space and urban winery filled with plants, is the largest wine bar in town. It brings a unique approach: wine-kegs on tap. Kegs, while more difficult to maintain than bottles, are also more environmentally friendly, and less expensive for wineries to produce, which means high-quality West Coast wines at appreciable prices...


The Best Winery Restaurants in America

Mar 31, 2017

It’s an urban winery, it’s a taproom, it’s a restaurant: Coopers Hall produces its wines within a former auto body shop, where guests can sip and taste in the very same space as each bottle is made. The 8,000-square-foot space houses an ambitious restaurant from chef Keith Morris, whose cuisine reflects both French-Alsatian influences and today’s Pacific Northwest...


Inside Coopers Hall, A Seriously Huge SE Wine Bar

Apr 22, 2014

With its line-up of preview dinners set to kick-off tonight (and run through April 26), here's a look inside ChefStable's 8,000-square-foot wine emporium Coopers Hall, which makes things official on April 28. The hybrid wine taproom/urban winery transforms a former auto repair shop in the industrial east side into a sleek industrial seemingly made for events: Guests can park themselves at the long bar or at a banquette that separates the bar/restaurant space from the barrel-stacked production area, and at the bar proper, 44 taps sit ready to pour three dozen wines...


The Oregonian's First Look

Apr 22, 2014

Coopers Hall, the Southeast Portland urban winery and epic wine taproom from ChefStable, AlexEli Vineyard and developers Dave Schrott and Robert Sacksis opening on April 28. The 8,000-square-foot winery/taproom, housed in a former auto body shop, boasts 44 taps, pouring 36 local and international wines and eight other suds, including beer and cocktails, in what is probably the most extensive on-tap wine program in the country.