Bar open late Mon.-Sat.
* Click here for rating key
TAP Restaurant Review: This two-level operation has high windows that admit a generous view, and it houses its kitchen on the second floor. Banquettes, high-topped tables and table-banquette combos supply comfortable seating. A feature we like: The music isn’t deafening, so conversation is enjoyable. Casual fare such as tacos and shared plates are hallmarks of this popular after-work and weekend spot. Only a few large main plates appear at supper, as TAP calls the evening meal in true-to-Southern fashion. Atlanta chef Tyler Williams had gone to the north Georgia mountains to operate a pizzeria and organic farm there, but then returned to Atlanta and to TAP. He promises revisions to the restaurant’s culinary identity. TAP’s beer list rocks, with lengthy lineups on draught and by the bottle, including local craft brews and a few ciders. In addition to a couple of wines on tap, there’s a shorter list of decent wines by the glass and bottle.