Old Town Copper Center Restaurant offers fine dining for travelers and visitors to the area. Our good food and friendly atmosphere also make us a year-round favorite hang-out for local residents. Our dining room is nicknamed “Nummy’s” for Tom’s Grandmother, Kathryn, who presided over the Copper Center Lodge dining room and kitchen for so many years. George Ashby’s tavern, Club 96, was transformed into the restaurant and kitchen after the 2012 fire. Restaurant patrons choose delicious meals from a robust breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. Most of our foods, including our hamburger buns, wheat bread and baguettes, are made right here in our kitchen. We offer fresh vegetables from local growers when these are available. A full beer and wine selection includes hand-crafted beers from Alaskan micro-breweries! Fresh local and Bristol Bay salmon are served in season as a delicious specialty sandwich.