The world-renowned burger and beer crafting restaurant is opening in several locations and one of them is in Dallas according to a Nation’s Restaurant News article from May 19. They say,
“Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, a casual-dining chain based in New York City, will expand to Dallas, Miami and Nashville in the coming year, CEO Chris Barish said.
“All the leases have been signed and we are in various stages of design, permitting and soon to begin construction in both Dallas and Nashville,” said Barish, who founded the concept with his wife and partner Julie Mulligan in 2015.
The Dallas location will occupy around 7,000 square feet in the city’s Victory Park with 100 seats inside and up to 100 seats outside.”
Julie Mulligan, one of the owners of Black Tap, is excited to share her entire menu and her favorites according to a Dallas Morning News article from May 19 which says,
“The No. 1 seller is the All-American burger with American cheese, pickles and special sauce. Another popular one is the Texan burger: a beef patty topped with bacon, cheddar, crispy onions, mayo and Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce. It should be interesting to see if their first-in-Texas store has high sales for the Texan burger.
One of Mulligan’s favorites is the Wagyu steakhouse burger, which has A.1. steak sauce, pepper jack cheese, bacon, roasted garlic aioli and fried onions.
The restaurant also sells Korean barbecue wings, cheese fries, fried mozzarella sticks and salads.
The bestselling CrazyShake is the Cookies ‘N Cream Supreme. A dulce de leche and cinnamon shake called the Churro Choco Taco has our eye.”
The location in Dallas will be situated in Victory Park and they will be open every day from 11 AM to 11 PM. However, the owners say they might stay a little bit later for beers and cocktails whenever there is an event at the American Airlines Center.