About this Business
- Pub Food, American, Cafe
- Lunch, Dinner
We will definitely go back to this location.
I thought the food and selection was not very good for the price. Plus the groupon savings was misleading, you saved about $5 with the groupon not like $25 like it portrade
The brunch was terrible, it was like cafeteria food,but a great place to watch football.
Fun place for football and brunxh....
I suppose if we drank it would make it more worth it...but since we don't I was like...wow. This is a brunch????
We're Huntington Beach residents and had never been there before. I knew they had a sports-bar (from their website), but didn't realize they were nothing but a sports-bar (with wall-to-wall TV screens). The server did a very nice job, the brunch food was average, and the champagne was fine. I would have had a beer instead except that (and we did not realize till we read the menu) they were offering only Budweiser. The regular price ($24.95) seems high for what they're offering considering we can get a much better champagne brunch for less $ at Taco Rosa and we just had a marvelous brunch at the Anaheim Country Club for $30. Maybe Tap House is worth $25 if you're a football fan. At least they got us to check them out.
Chelsea is a great server. maybe add an omelet bar or offer two egg dishes. fresh fruit was perfectly ripe and juicy. sliced to order roast beef or keep in broth to keep from drying out.
Loved the place. Deff would go back again
From Our Editors
Pouring beer is an art form: glasses need to be titled just so or they’ll fill with foam. Fortunately, it’s a skill that’s easy to learn, especially at Tap House, where brews gush forth from 94 taps. Bartenders decant 60 beers in the main room and pour from 12 taps in the downstairs area. Alternatively, patrons who wish to take a hands-on approach can fill their own glasses at a beer wall with 12 self-pouring taps and at a self-serve 10-tap system on the outdoor patio.
Served at a frosty 29 degrees, beers—from light ales to double IPAs—can complement Tap House’s upscale bar food. As tap masters fill pints, cooks in the kitchen top locally farmed Angus burgers with ingredients such as shredded pork and A1 sauce. They also coat swordfish steaks in garlic lemon butter and flavor ribs with house dry rub and BBQ sauce marinated in citrus wheat beer.
These meals unfold in Tap House's elevated dining room, where more than 50 televisions always stay tuned to the night's biggest sports games, never to the night’s biggest mathematical lectures. Bands and DJs take to the main floor's stage on weekends, when the restaurant also hosts Sunday brunches with bottomless champagne and Budweiser.
Tap House HB