City Tap House is Now Open in West Palm Beach, Florida

Popular Northeastern American gastro-pub, City Tap, has recently opened in South Florida at West Palm Beach’s premiere downtown dining and entertainment destination, CityPlace. While craft beer is at the heart of the concept, it’s certainly not the only focus. Executive Chef Brian Stevenson presents a refined American-regional cuisine featuring artisanal brick oven pizzas and flatbreads, mussels four ways, plenty of vegetarian options, and composed dishes from lemon-herb chicken to crispy Florida red snapper.

City Tap has truly updated the gastropub experience. Food is prepared with integrity and intention, elevating the individual characteristics of each ingredient. Paired with a vast selection of draft, cask, and bottled craft brews from local, regional and specialty breweries, dining at City Tap is part of an experience that is uniquely American.

Tradition and innovation drives craft breweries to produce the very best beers; and the culinary team at City Tap follows suit by designing a menu with thoughtful, quintessentially American cuisine.

All images appearing in this post photographed by Holli Lapes, property of TheSoFlaSage.com

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Tuna Carpaccio | yuzu-ginger dressing, pickled cucumber, candied peanuts, micro cilantro

I really loved the addition of candied peanuts and airy wonton chips for dipping! Overall the dish was a bit too salty, not sure if it was the dish itself or the dressing.

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Honey Goat Cheese Flatbread | sliced red onion, pistachio pesto, rosemary, truffled honey

This was one of my favorites – all of the elements of this dish were perfect! So yummy.

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Craft Beer Flight | Concrete Beach Tropic of Passion, Dogfish Head Namaste, Lagunitas WTF, and Green Man Porter

How serendipitous that  I chose 4 beers for my flight which made for the perfect color gradient.  Great selection to choose from!

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Atlantic Salmon | celery root & apple slaw, sweet corn puree, black bean salsa, cilantro

This dish intrigued me when I read the description on the menu, I would have never thought to put black beans with salmon. Although overall tasty and unique, I felt there was a bit too much fat content in this dish (the salmon itself, in the corn puree and in the slaw). Just a slight tweak: make the slaw vinegar based, this would maximize on the refreshing elements of the dish (apple and celery).

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Charred Brussels Sprouts | white miso, pomegranate, truffle salt

Ah brussels sprouts, a modern staple of American fare. A really good one, too. They are super healthy and this one has its own flare to it with the use of miso and pomegranate.. loved it!

City Tap House West Palm Beach

Mason Jar Cheesecake

City Tap provides a rustic yet comfortable dining atmosphere with reclaimed barnwood and repurposed steel. Guests can enjoy private dining that can accommodate up to 50 seated guests as well as a lively bar scene, both indoors and outdoors, with a 15-foot multiscreen television and an open view of the kitchen.

“We have worked for years to bring City Tap to West Palm. We couldn’t be more excited to finally be apart of the community where I have grown roots over the last decade. We’re looking forward to sharing our love for craft beer and our dedication to an unique culinary experience,” said Chris Coco, Owner & CEO of Table 95 Hospitality Group, LLC.

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