Tribeca Tap House
363 Greenwich St.
(bet. Franklin and Harrison)
American (Traditional), Bar

At the risk of bringing to mind a mullet, the Tap House is ready for happy-hour partying in front, and mellower dining in back, with seating for around 80, including several wooden booths. Downstairs is a private party room for 75 people, the kitchen, and restrooms. Respect to the previous tenant, Fitz’s Pig N’ Whistle, is paid by hanging its old sign in the dining area, but otherwise the space was completely renovated. The bar is made with reclaimed wood, the brick that had already been painted was repainted, and a sheet-rock wall was removed, the better to show off a gorgeous brick wall. Classic Tribeca arches built into the brick were left as is (or highlighted with mirrors). There are TVs in both the bar area and the dining room, with access to every NFL and college game. The menu is straight-up bar-and-grill, and there are 20 beers on tap.

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