The new site will overlook the new Maidenhead waterways, on the ground floor of the Picturehouse at Shanly Homes’ Chapel Arches scheme.
It will be the second regional opening for the group, although an opening date has yet to be announced.
The brand already operates at London-based locations in Tower Bridge, Oxford Circus and St Paul’s, as well as a regional site in Sonning-on-Thames.
Apart from its Oxford Circus site, all Coppa Club restaurants are located on waterfronts, so the new acquisition is in keeping with the brand’s style.
“Coppa Club has a real affinity with waterside locations, and so we were drawn to the incredible work the Maidenhead Waterway’s Restoration Group has been doing at Chapel Arches,” says John Gripton, Coppa Club’s property director.
The restaurant will serve a European menu, with options of small and sharing plates as well as larger mains, alongside an all-day bar.
Small plates include the likes of tomato bruschetta; crispy fried squid; seared king prawns and deep-fried courgettes.
Larger mains consist of burgers; steak and chips; lamp chops; trout on the plancha; a selection of pizzas; and pasta dishes including a baked spinach, beetroot and ricotta rotolo.
Maidenhead is gearing up to welcome the Crossrail in 2019, making it a desirable location for new openings.