The original since 1984

Wednesday - Friday from 6 p.m. / Saturday from 9 p.m.

The finest wine enjoyment in the heart of Innsbruck's old town with latin american flair.



"Un lugar donde estaban tan muchos maestros de la guitarra flamenca, increible!"

Sarah F.

Absolut geniale Bar mit spanischem Flair , mega netten Bar- Chef Ceevin und erstklassige Auswahl an Weine.

Toby & Lea. K

Lovely place, nice people, nice staff.. A MUST VISIT when you are in Innsbruck!

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About us

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  • An indispensable part of the Innsbruck local scene is the bodeguita "La Copa" which may celebrate its 36th anniversary in March 2019. The business started in 1984 with Latin American flair and the legendary Spanish country wine "directly" from the oak barrel and was able to serve the king of the flamenco guitar Paco de Lucia with his group next to the already numerous regular guests. He was followed by a number of flamenco greats such as Pedro Soler, Paco Peña, Cañizares and Vicente Amigo, who ended the evening after their concerts with dueño Gerhard, with the guitars mostly not coming to rest. Jose Feliciano, Los Duendes Paraguayos, Los Reyes (Gipsy Kings) also visibly felt at home in the more than 800-year-old cross vaults. The current superstar Semino Rossi came to the restaurant in 1985 on the recommendation of music colleagues and until 2001 (16 years), mostly on Wednesdays, enthused the Latin American lifestyle and the joy of their music with his distinctive voice and his interpretation of the Latino hits and his own compositions. He also shaped the adjacent restaurant "La Cabana", where talented musicians can still offer their best to the interested public every Tuesday at the "Open Mic". Tyrolean and Austrian top athletes followed this joie de vivre, even world and Olympic champions also celebrated their medals in “La Copa”. The Austrian football championship celebration was also held twice with FC Tirol, whose many players counted as regular guests under Ernst Happel. Almost naturally, “La Copa” was accepted as one of the regulars of the legendary Club of Masters, which will be this year Celebrated 30 years of existence.



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Good wine is a good, sociable thing if you know how to use it.


William Shakespeare