Harold’s plans to convert the 1,300 square-foot space below the second-floor restaurant into a new first-floor entrance to the restaurant, creating an inviting street level bar, Harold’s Tap Room.

Similar to the restaurant, Harold’s Tap Room will provide guests an opportunity to have fresh and local ingredients from the signature cocktails to the light bites. The bar will offer eight boutique wines on tap and eight craft beer selections on tap, in addition to infused cocktails with Texas spirits, full bar offerings and a southern light bite food menu. The light bite menu will be developed by Chef Antoine Ware of Harold’s and will continue the southern cuisine theme from the restaurant upstairs. Bar Manager Lauren Muse will oversee the development of the drink offerings alongside owner Alli Jarret and Chef Ware. Harold’s Tap Room will feature both indoor and outdoor seating for roughly 50 guests. The space is currently under construction and plans to open in summer 2016.


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Shanna Jones

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