The Tap Room
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Ratings: 28 | Reviews: 23 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by bonbini26:
4.75/5 rDev +5.6%
The bar is located in the Somerset Hills Hotel, so the crowd here usually varies and it can be dead here some nights and very crowed others, you never really know, they have a Rotating Brooklyn, IPA, Ommegang, Stout/Porter, German, and Seasonal line. Along with many local (NJ, NY, PA) brews. they never disappoint, Also they have an impressive bottle selection including Orval, Piraat, Chimey, etc. The food is excellent here, little on the pricey side, but reasonable overall. The staff is friendly and informative, never had a problem. I love that the Beer List is always updated on BeerAdvocate (thanks Kevin)
09-26-2008 19:14:53 | More by bonbini26
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2.9/5 rDev -35.6%
What happened to this great place?? Looked like it was goin out of business, no one there, restaurant closed off, making for a small room with the unstocked, uncared for bar. Bartender was clueless, credit card machine did not work, only thing is they still had some decent craft beers, but not up to old standards. Hope they intend on upgrading fast, super disappointed here!!!
04-18-2014 06:59:27 | More by MAN615
4.38/5 rDev -2.7%
This is one of the few hotel bars that you may find across the country that has more than one or a few great beers on draft. The bar / restaurant has a dark wood, old school but slightly upscale bar room feel to it. The bar is off to the one end and is U shaped, with room for about 12 or so. A few TVs are around the bar.
But we stopped here for the beer. There is a rotating beer menu that lists the latest offerings. Since it is the winter season, there are an abundance of winter beers on draft. Fegley's Rude Elf, Ithaca Cold Front, SN Celebration, St. Bernardus Christmas Ale, Delirium Noel, Sly Fox Christmas Ale, and Scaldis Noel created a difficult dilemma on what to drink. Hofbrau Munich Original was also on. There were a handdulf of bottle specials for $4.50, which included Mad Elf. The beers we had were fresh and served in proper glassware.
Service was prompt. Didn't have any food. This is defintely a worthy beer stop if you are in the Warren area.
12-20-2013 15:11:10 | More by Gavage
4.55/5 rDev +1.1%
This is by far one of my favorite beer bars in central NJ! They have 11 taps of ALL craft beer (never put any macro on tap), and it's constantly rotating other than the 1 tap of Hofbrau Munich Original. They get many difficult to come by beers on tap as well as having a very good "secret stash" of bottles. They host many tap take-over and other special events that are always excellent! During the week it's a very relaxed environment, and mostly full of craft drinkers. It can get a bit rowdy on weekends since it's at a hotel that hosts many weddings. The bands that play there range from awful to pretty good, but due to the size of the place it can tend to be too loud on Friday/Saturday nights, but there is a covered patio just outside if you want to escape the noise. The bartenders are excellent, but some of the servers, when sitting at a table getting food as well, have given me a bit of trouble. Overall though I highly recommend this place!
08-25-2013 22:19:18 | More by SadMachine
4.3/5 rDev -4.4%
I've been meaning to hit this place for some time. Glad I finally did.
Beer selection was actually great in terms of craft beers. I reviewed the beers separately.
Bartender could have been a bit more knowledgeable for my taste, but the place overall was great would definitely come back.
Foodwise, very good...had a house salad, and the fish and chips...was listed as an appetizer, but was a good size portion, served with sweet potato fries.
01-25-2013 19:16:19 | More by ranger60
The Tap Room in Warren, NJ
97 out of 100 based on 28 ratings.