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40 Taps, Lots of Seats: Inside City Tap House

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

[Photos: R. Lopez]

There will be plenty of beers to choose from when City Tap House opens n the former 901 Restaurant space later this month. The restaurant, a Philly transplant, features 40 tap lines, two beer engines, and a total of 60 beers available. The offerings will be a mix of mainstream beers, imports, craft beers and local brews.

The space has seating for 180 people, with 40 seats at the bar and 40 seats in a separate lounge. There is a private dining area, and a patio will be added come spring.

The menu is a mix of flatbreads and pizzas, along with charcuterie and typical steakhouse fare. They'll add a weekend brunch in the coming weeks, too. Update: December 9 is the planned opening date, a rep says.
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City Tap House

901 9th St. NW Washington, DC