UPDATE (May 11, 2018): City Tap House Files Plans For $750,000 Buildout in Midtown
Philadelphia-based City Tap House is expanding to Georgia, a What Now Atlanta (WNA) tipster late-Monday first pointed out.
Lyle Richardson, the restaurant chain’s director of operations, Tuesday confirmed the news in an email to WNA.
City Tap House should open just in time for July 4, Richardson said.
Expect 60 beers on draught consisting of both local and regional American craft brews in addition to “European artisan brands,” and wines on tap and cocktails.
On the menu will be entrees like grilled ribeye steak frites and Maryland-style crab cakes, priced $16 to $28. Appetizers include 10-spiced dry-rubbed wings, smoked trout sliders, and Korean short rib tacos, ranging in price from $9 to $15.
Parent company Table 95 Hospitality launched the gastropub in 2010 and has grown the brand to six locations, seven including the forthcoming Atlanta outpost.
The group also manages concepts like Brother Jimmy’s BBQ and Cantina.