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Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen Brings Dog-Friendly Patio & Lots Of Beer To Spring

Look for the new eatery to land in April

A rendering of Tapped DraftHouse & Kitchen’s exterior
Courtesy Tapped DraftHouse + Kitchen
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

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.