Sunday Supper take-away at Ballard’s Copine

Photo credit: Copine

Copine offers their take on the classic French chicken dinner for Sunday Supper take-away. For $68 + tax, you get a whole chicken, two sides, and dinner rolls for two. Preparation varies from week to week. It’s a generous amount of food and you may even have leftovers, depending on how hungry you are.

Pre-order by Thursday at 9:00pm for pick-up on Sunday between noon and 4:00 pm.

Most of Sunday Supper comes packaged in compostable trays and a recyclable container. Photo credit: Jennifer Liu

Jill Kinney, General Manager & Owner at Copine, says the Sunday Supper is a more casual at home option, “the simplicity, executed to perfection, has always held a place in our memory from our visits to France. It’s a way we hope to make a Sunday meal at home a little easier for our guests, while still making it special.”

Each takeaway dinner comes with instructions on how to reheat the chicken and sides. Your dinner can be ready to eat in less than 30 minutes (most of which is just oven time).

One portion of Sunday Supper plated up at home (April 28th menu: buttermilk fried chicken, roasted marble potatoes, grilled asparagus with parmesan, & thyme-challah rolls). Photo credit: Jennifer Liu

If you’d prefer to eat in at Copine, they are now open Sundays from 4:00 to 8:00 pm and it’s the only day they offer a four-course prix fixe menu. For $65 per person, each course has two choices and the menu varies weekly.

Copine is embarking on their third year and continues to wow with beautifully plated food in a bright contemporary space. Copine’s new hours are Wednesday to Saturday, from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm, and Sunday from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Reservations are encouraged and can be made through their website or Resy.