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Copa Club, a mid-century themed supper club, is slated to open at Mercer Boardwalk in early 2024. Mercer Boardwalk, the high-profile, mixed-use project developed by Centurion American Development Group, is at one of the region’s most visible locations, the southeast intersection of Luna Road and I-635 in Farmers Branch.


Copa Club is the creation of the innovative team behind Hugo’s Invitados in Las Colinas and Lost Colony, the Tulum-themed destination in Highland Village. They plan to bring the same ability to create uniquely impactful spaces and experiences to this Farmers Branch project.

Copa Club will feature more than 11,000 sf of dining and entertainment space, and a patio of almost 2,000 sf. The restaurant will hold more than 400. Guests arriving at Copa Club will enter through the clubby lounge area. Here, the sports bar experience is truly elevated. Warm woods and rich leathers provide an enhanced game-day experience at a bar with engaging, personal touches.

The massive main dining and ballroom will feature nightly entertainment, but the Copa Club team is committed to making those more intimate performances so that visitors can enjoy each others company as well as the exceptional food created by noted chef Natalio Charles.  A collection of private dining spaces will make Copa Club an in-demand destination for community and business groups.


It was important for Centurion American Development Group to bring experiential components to the new Mercer Boardwalk development.

“Key changes in the retail and restaurant landscape have made experiential marketing more than just a buzzword,” said Mehrdad Moayedi, CEO of Centurion American. “Visitors to Farmers Branch want more than just a great meal. They want memorable touchpoints that bring them back over and over again.”

Copa Club joins other concepts recently announced including Barrel & Bones Craft Bar and Smokehouse, Black Agave Cocina y Cantina and Dough Bro’s To Go. However, the Copa Club creators feel like they will occupy a very unique space in the development.

“Copa Club will bring the unique feel of old-school Vegas to North Texas,” explained Mark Hulme, Director of Guest Experience. “We want to create an environment that is upscale yet approachable with a level of service that makes everyman feel like a VIP.”


Copa Club will be open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night, and will offer an extensive happy hour program.

Mercer Boardwalk will feature eight or more dining destinations and extensive retail when the 62,378-square-foot development is complete.

Mercer Boardwalk is adjacent to Mercer Crossing, a multi-phase development of single-family, multi-family and commercial space spanning 370 acres in Farmers Branch. The development is expanding with a new section that will include 69 townhomes early 2024 as well as the future city owned park. In addition, there are approximately 100,000 square feet of office space, several amenity centers, ample open space and walking paths.   

About Centurion American

Since 1990, Centurion American has developed well over 100,000 single-family lots in dozens of premier communities surrounding North Texas. Centurion has demonstrated the ability to effectively work with investors, landowners, financial institutions, and vendors to acquire over 35,000 acres of land inventory, resulting in a diverse mix of developments varying in size and scope. Delivering award-winning communities with impeccable amenities such as parks, golf courses, and hiking and biking trails, Centurion has successfully designed master-planned communities that have been recognized across the real estate industry.

Centurion has set the standard in purchasing and developing land in prime locations. Their developments have the right combination of natural land settings, strong job growth, good school systems, and access to local community shopping. Over the past 25 years, it is this proven track record of achievements that has consistently created excellent value and ROI for Centurion American partners, investors, builders, and homeowners. For more information visit