Southwest’s ‘Spirit’ taps the Tap

This month’s issue of probably the best on-board magazine calls the Standard Tap one of four gastropubs (gastropub: good food in a pub atmosphere) in the nation worth a visit. The blurb comes after an article on the Filling Station in LA, where the chef is Harrison Ford’s son.

In the review:

“The Tap might be considered a brewpub, what with the hand-pumped local brews, the dartboard, and the jukebox. But owner Paul Kimport’s menu, scribbled on a blackboard, pushes this neighborhood spot up the epicurean ladder. The sausage is homemade, and the seafood is just-caught fresh.”

If you see more out-of-towners than usual on your next visit, you’ll know why.

2 Comments so far

  1. jen (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2006 @ 10:35 am

    it was also features in bon appetit a few months ago. must be deliciousness in there.

  2. Marisa (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2006 @ 12:13 pm

    I love the Tap! Their burger is just about my favorite in Philly. They also do very good things to calamari.

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