Food & Drink
Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen Coming To Spring
Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen is a unique, locally owned and operated family-friendly craft beer bar and restaurant. This will be Andrew and Kelsey Neidert’s (husband and wife) first restaurant after Andrew’s experience in managing a fast-casual restaurant chain and Kelsey being a Spring native and Klein Oak graduate.
The restaurant will occupy 2,4000 square feet designed with modern and industrial elements such as subway tile, exposed brick, rough woods, omnipresent Edison bulbs, and a large, and a dog-friendly patio with table seating for 40, 55-inch flat screen TV’s, and games like corn hole and giant jenga. Free Wi-Fi, UHD TVs, and charging stations will also be available to customers.
Tapped DraftHouse’s kitchen will serve up fast-casual fare at lunch and dinner with counter and to-go service. The menu will feature make-your-own pizzas, wraps, salads, kids meal options, and a selection of appetizers like soft pretzels with mustard, baked chicken wings, and loaded nachos. Visitors can select from 50 different taps with rotating local, regional, and national craft beers and ciders to enjoy at the restaurant, taken to-go via growler, or creating their own six-pack. Yes, they will even have a variety of Texas wines for those who prefer grapes over grains.
Tapped will also host special events including Brew 101 classes, pint night, tap takeovers, and trivia night.