The owner of Tap 42 bar continuing its Miami expansion. After its opening in Coral Gables in mid-May, it announced they are opening its fourth location in Midtown Miami. The gastropub is taking over the now vacant Apeiro space at 3252 NE 1 Avenue, which closed abruptly last month after of less than a year in business. The massive 6,150 square foot space, when it transforms into Tap 42, will feature plenty of interior and exterior seating with an expansive outdoor patio, suitable for the 42 types of beers on tap that popular eatery and bar plans to serve. Previously Tap 42 opened 2 locations already at Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Coral Gables. Here is more information about their Midtown location :
According to Miami.com :
“Following its first Miami location in Coral Gables, Tap 42 Craft Kitchen & Bar has announced that their next location will be located in Midtown Miami in the space formerly known as Apeiro. Opening sometime in November, this one will feature a huge inside/outside bar with 42 craft beers on tap, plus covered patio dining and separate, spacious schmoozing and boozing area. “We’ve been in love with this location since we first saw it years ago, as we feel it is the best and highest profile location in all of mid-Miami”, said Partner & VP of Development Alex Rudolph. “Midtown has a large and quickly-expanding population, augmented by areas like Edgewater, Wyndwood, the Design District, Downtown, Brickell, and MIMO, and can even draw from areas like Miami Shores, Bay Point, and Miami Beach. On the heels of the success of our Boca Raton and newly-opened Coral Gables locations, we couldn’t be more excited to join the mid-Miami business community.” written by Lesley Abravanel.
According to New Times :
“Tap 42 is also perfectly situated near Wynwood and the epicenter of Miami’s beer scene. “I think it fits perfectly into the neighborhood,” Rudolph says. “We have a great relationship with all the breweries in Wynwood.” The restaurant executive is also quick to point out there’s more to Tap 42 than beer. “While the name denotes a craft beer bar, we’re more than that. It’s an awesome place to have approachable food and cocktails. Our vibe fits into this evolving Miami area.” The midtown Tap 42 will boast some cool, unique features, according to Rudolph. “There’s going to be an indoor/outdoor bar that will open up. We’re going to have a pretty extensive patio and a beer garden. This is something the midtown area has been missing.” written by Laine Doss.
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