North Houston may not have the same breadth of culinary options as the city’s more prominent dining ‘hoods, but a new beer-focused eatery will soon bring a plenty of variety and a great patio to the area.
Announced via release, Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen will open its doors at 20444 Kuykendahl Road in Spring in the coming weeks. The restaurant is a project of Andrew and Kelsey Neidert, a husband and wife duo who are opening their first eatery. The former Neidert came up in the restaurant business in fast-casual eateries, and his wife is a native of the suburb.
The restaurant will occupy a 2,4000 square foot space designed with modern and industrial elements like subway tile, exposed brick, rough woods, and (of course) the omnipresent Edison bulbs. A large, dog-friendly patio will offer up additional seating for humans and critters alike.
Tapped DraftHouse’s kitchen will serve up fast-casual fare via counter service, including an option to grab a quick dinner to go. The menu will feature pizzas, wraps, salads, and a selection of beer-friendly appetizers, like soft pretzels with mustard, loaded nachos, and baked chicken wings. A selection of 50 different taps will serve microbrews that can be consumed on premises or taken to-go in a freshly-filled growler.
Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen is set to make its debut in April.