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Everyone loves an ice cold beer. Okay, not everyone, but lot’s of people. The truth is, beer drinking season never ends in WNY, even when the temperatures are dangerously close to dipping below zero. Hey, something’s gotta get us through those snow storms. Which is why you should know – Buffalo Tap House has a brand-new cooler and it’s fully stocked with all your local and seasonal favorites. Stop in and warm yourself up with an ice cold beer. That’s totally a thing. Well, at least for Buffalonians.
What’s on tap at this pub? A LOT. But really, there are 31 ice cold drafts for you to choose from. And if you’re all about local booze, like us, you’re in luck. Our friends at Tap House really love to put local on tap. They also have a cooler in back stocked with all kinds of bottles and cans. (If you put in a request, chances are good they will stock it)
Located in the heart of downtown, the Tap House is a tried-and-true neighborhood pub that’s been around since 2012. People love it here for a reason, and the new beer list is another reason to come for a pint or 3.
This place is also known for its pub grub including homemade burgers, sandwiches, wraps, 3 kinds of nachos, wings, and plenty of other bar bites. BTWs they have 18 wing flavors to choose from. You’re welcome.
Did you know? They are open until 4 a.m. every single night and the kitchen is open late too. Like really really late. If you’re out and about on Chippewa and ready for a late night bite, keep the Tap House in mind. The full menu is available until 3:30 a.m. here. 3:30 AM YOU GUYS! (Fryer Menu on Fridays & Saturday after midnight)
Tap House’s location is truly prime if you’re headed to the KeyBank Center for Sabres game or the Buffalo Convention Center for an event. If you’re in charge of coordinating the pregame, rally the troops and lead them here. Trust us, the beer lovers in your group will thank you.
Buffalo Tap House
85 West Chippewa St., Buffalo