In the heart of Wintergreen’s Blackrock Village, gourmet dining is at its finest at The Copper Mine Bistro. From Pancakes to Shared Plates, The Copper Mine serves a traditional breakfast in the morning and Mediterranean menu at dinner.
Our first morning at Wintergreen Resort we woke up to ice. It’s a southern thing, and beautiful.
The staff was in no way deterred by this weather. We were able to catch a shuttle from our lodging to Blackrock Village for breakfast at The Copper Mine.
The Copper Mine is a beautiful restaurant with elegant floral displays.
Around the clock, the atmosphere is casual and comfortable, providing the perfect setting following a day on the links, the courts, or the slopes.
My husband ordered The Copper Mine Breakfast Bowl.
The Copper Mine Breakfast Bowl is two eggs any style, sausage gravy, and hash browns topped with melted cheese and choice of toast or biscuits. It was a generous breakfast that filled his belly!
MacKenzie has a sweet tooth and ordered the Berry Belgium Waffles.
Mixed Berry Belgian Waffle has a warm berry compote served with maple syrup and whipped butter.
I indulged in the Poached Eggs Benedict.
The Poached Eggs Benedict hit the spot with Canadian bacon and hollandaise. on a toasted English Muffin and served with hash browns.
William went with the Copper Mine Breakfast.
The signature Copper Mine Breakfast is two eggs any style with hash browns and a choice of bacon or sausage and choice of toast or biscuits.
The food was delicious and generously proportioned. The service was impeccable.
The ice storm had us running behind, and The Copper Mine took care of our ski lesson reservations so we could dine without being rushed.
The Copper Mine hours may vary by season, so please check This Week at Wintergreen for current hours of operation.