The Cooper family has owned and operated Cooper's Seafood House in Scranton, PA, since 1948, turning it into a city landmark. Its transformation from its humble beginnings as the passenger station of the Erie-Lackawanna Train Station is astonishing. The establishment now boasts a full-sized pirate ship that hosts the ship pub and the lighthouse bar, the tiki bar deck, the whale room, the train room, and the exclusive coral room. Akin to the Eiffel Tower is a must-visit in Paris, Cooper's Seafood House is an unmissable destination for anyone visiting Scranton.
Cooper's offers more than just dining; it's an immersive experience. Visitors are captivated by the eclectic menu, friendly staff, unique decorations, intricate furniture, the striking lighthouse, the life-sized pirate ship, and, most importantly, the unforgettable food. The establishment's reputation precedes itself, consistently ranking among the top 100 independently owned restaurants in the U.S. It has been honored as the Restaurant of the Year by the Pennsylvania Restaurant Association and has secured numerous accolades such as Best Restaurant, Best Seafood, and Best Beer Menu in various regional polls.