Tap House Grill Introduces Brand New Menu

Tap House Grill, with locations in Bellevue and downtown Seattle, has introduced an entirely revamped menu to accompany its extensive beer selection.

“As a restaurant, it is certainly our duty to keep current on the culinary trends; especially those that pair well with the focal point of our restaurants – beer,” said Paul Reder, owner of Tap House Grill. “Many of our dishes had been on the menu since we opened in 2002. While we had some guest favorites, we set a goal to impact every single menu item. Even the rare few that stayed on the menu received a tweak.”

The new menu was tested and refined over the summer and includes creations such as: Ahi Poke Tower with sesame seared ahi, avocado, tomato, tobiko, seaweed salad, crispy wontons, and wasabi aioli; Bacon Wrapped Jalapeños stuffed with cream cheese; Cedar Planked Wild Bulgogi Marinated Salmon with orange-miso butter, crispy rice cake, and veggies; Morning After Burger with a signature blended burger patty with beef and bacon ground together, topped with molasses-smoked black pepper bacon, gruyere cheese, slow roasted cipollini onions, and a fried egg with chipotle aioli; and Bacon and Grilled Pineapple Flatbread with molasses-smoked black pepper bacon, sweet habanero barbeque sauce, cotija and fresh mozzarella, cilantro, chilies, and caramelized red onion.

Additionally, ingredients and textures were added to enhance the flavor profile of existing favorites, which include: Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings with general Tso’s sauce, Chinese hot mustard, cucumbers, siracha, green onion, and peanuts; Spice Crusted Ahi Salad with rice vermicelli, wild greens, cucumber, tomato, carrots, red radish, sweet peppers, peanuts, and Thai basil dressing ;Chimichurri Grilled Alaskan Cod Tacos with avocado crème, tomato, slaw, salsa fresca, and cilantro; and Italian Mac and Cheese with Italian five cheese Alfredo, roasted peppers, fried salami, onions, tomatoes, roasted garlic, and fresh basil.

“All of the new items have received positive feedback from our guests and has instilled a sense of excitement to our menu,” added Reder. “This is certainly a better reflection of what Tap House Grill represents and creates great options for individuals, groups or parties.”

Tap House Grill features the largest selection of draft beers in the Northwest with more than 160 on tap. The restaurant offers lunch, dinner, happy hour, late night dining, full service catering, and private dining and banquet space. Groups of less than 30 people can dine in the restaurant without booking a private space. While larger groups, up to 680, can take advantage of a choice of private room options which include billiards, live music areas, and audio visual capabilities.

About Tap House Grill

The Tap House Grill offers two distinct restaurants. The original restaurant, the Bellevue Tap House Grill, has been open since 2002. The Bellevue Tap House Grill features the largest selection of Northwest beers on tap on the Eastside, and is located in the Bellevue Galleria. The Seattle Tap House Grill restaurant is located in downtown Seattle with access to all the shopping, attractions, and convention facilities in Seattle. Tap House Grill Seattle also offers a billiards room with regulation size tables at hourly rates. Both of the Tap House Grill restaurant locations feature an extensive beer collection, over 160 beers on tap, as well as Northwest influenced cuisine. For more information, visit taphousegrill.com.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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