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Alli’s Pizzaria Will Close To Make Way For A Bigger, Better Harold’s Tap Room

Bonus: more pizza

Fortunately, the pizza is sticking around
Courtesy Harold’s Tap Room

Popular Heights eatery Harold’s has been through a lot of changes over the past year. In April, owner Alli Jarrett began renovating the restaurant’s first floor space to create Harold’s Tap Room, a happening cocktail bar. Now, Jarrett has plans to make Harold’s Tap Room even better.

Announced via release, Harold’s Tap Room will absorb part of the Alli’s Pizzaria space in order to add more space to enjoy cocktails and beer from the bar. The expansion will add more booths and counter seating to the restaurant, along with a roomier patio with even more seating.

Harold’s will also expand the menu available at the Tap Room to include pizza, sandwiches, desserts, and salads. Beverage offerings are also getting a big boost thanks to more beers (including 14 craft options on draught), wines on tap, and the bar’s infused cocktails.

Fortunately, the updates won’t sideline the restaurant, which plans to stay open throughout its transformation. Construction is already underway on the space, and is expected to be completed by the beginning of 2017.

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