The Tap Trailhouse
Bar & grill with regular live music
New England · Downtown · $$
Located near historic Faneuil Hall, this classed-up spot boasts an American Revolution–inspired interior and elevated 'cookery' including 'vittles' like lobster pie and venison chili made with Harpoon stout. Powdered wigs would approve of cocktails like the rum-drenched Old Grog and craft brews flowing from 24-plus taps with handles shaped like Colonial-era guns.
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hours Open Today · 11:30 AM - 9:45 PM
11:30 AM - 9:45 PM
11:30 AM - 9:45 PM
11:30 AM - 9:45 PM
11:30 AM - 9:45 PM
12:00 PM - 10:30 PM
10:00 AM - 10:30 PM
10:00 AM - 9:45 PM
location 2406, 19 Union Street, Boston, MA 02108, USA phone +1 617-367-0033 website directions Get Directions
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We stopped into the Tap Trailhouse for the purpose of tasting some local brews. Our waitress was very friendly and we ordered a flight of local beers that they had available. When the beers arrived they were not labeled in any way and the waitress did not know them by name. The waitress went to a lot of extra effort to find out the names but was told that she could not leave us anything that provided us with the names. Kind of silly if you ask me. I wanted to be able to know what I was trying, that is the whole purpose of a flight. We ordered the pretzels to have a little food with our beer and the pretzels were a hit with the table. Overall it was pretty good and the beers ended up being a good sampler but the attention to details were lacking to make this a really great tap room.
Steven Yackel · May 13, 2018
I went for a company lunch, which I booked by using Seated. It had a nice vibe (Billy Joel music played in the background) , but it was mostly empty when we went. The restaurant was also very tidy, which was nice. The portions were pretty big so you definitely get a lot for the money spend. Overall I liked it and would visit again.
Jeffrey Ashenbach · February 21, 2018
Great beer selection! Was not there for food this time, but what went by smelled great -- in particular some blue crab nachos and some wings. It's not a giant menu, but there's some pub kinds of favorites. The bar was very comfortable, the bartender was super friendly and happily slinging a few samples, and it was a low-key, fun environment. The prices for beer were competitive/cheap, and even some of the more off-beat stuff wasn't especially expensive (about a 15-20% markup for some limited Allagash vs. my favorite discount store, which isn't bad at all). I look forward to more visits, and probably eating dinner there at some point.
Josh Peimer · November 30, 2017