In the tiny Mexican pueblo of Santa Clara del Cobre, craftsmen still utilize old methods to produce copper goods of high merit. This devotion to integrity and skill influenced the creators of restaurant, Casa de Cobre, on Big Basin Way between 4th and 5th Street. The restaurant’s name, which translates to “House of Copper”, is a nod to the people of Santa Clare del Cobre, whose belief to never take short cuts has been adopted by the restaurant. The quality preparation shines through in the food; fresh Dungeness Crab Enchiladas are bursting with crab meat, and the Taquito de slow braised bacon is wrapped in house-made tortillas. Using Casa de Cobre’s extensive tequila selection, the bar serves exclusive margaritas, like the Hibiscus Jalapeno, that will satisfy any margarita craving. Casa de Cobre takes pride in serving authentic Mexican dishes that reflect on the great heritage from which the recipes originated.