The sign on the door says, “New Hours of Operation 4:00 pm – 9:00 p.m. Closing: June 1.”
The Copper Mill restaurant, located at 2427 North Main St., has been a rich part of culinary history in Logan since they opened in November of 1986. Their history began when they opened in the old J.C. Penny building which later became the Emporium.
The restaurant left the Emporium in 2014 and in 2017 it made its return. The restaurant owners, Wasatch Premier Hospitality, rebranded the Logan Steakhouse as the Copper Mill, bringing back the recipes and food offerings it was famous for. In March 2017, the Copper Mill took over the building that once housed Hamilton Steakhouse, Montez Brothers and Logan Steakhouse on North Main.
On Thursday afternoon, the restaurant’s Facebook post said, “Rustic elegance has always been our specialty! Thank You Cache Valley, we have enjoyed serving you all these years. Tomorrow is our last day. All events already scheduled in our Grove Events Center will still go on as scheduled.”
A little over two years after opening, the restaurant is closing its doors. Employees at the restaurant said they were told they would be able to work at another Wasatch Premier Hospitality facility. Existing gift cards to Copper Mill will be honored at Elements which recently reopened after a remodel and menu overhaul. Attempts were made to get comments from Wasatch Premier Hospitality management.
UPDATE: A previous version of this story indicated that Elements Restaurant was not yet open. It reopened in early May after being closed for the month of April.