Little Tap House is opening at 6 pm. For opening night they have a limited menu of drinks and complimentary apps.
The “craftbeer gastro-pub with local farm to table dining” is located at the corner of High and Spring Streets in what was once the home of Katahdin.
The menu includes a range of appetizers ($8-10), soups, salads, sandwiches, and entrees ($14-18) like cider-brined chicken with mash potatoes, roast pork shoulder with smoked cheddar grits, and grilled salmon over roasted vegetable hash. The duck confit sliders (see below) were quite tasty.
On tap opening night were beers from Bunker, Maine Beer Co., Allagash, Sebago, Brooklyn Brewery and Goose Island.
LTH is owned by Lee Goyette and the chef is Andrew Kadish.
For some additional photos and details see this First Look post from The Blueberry Files and this post on In the City.
2 comments on “Little Tap House Now Open (Updated)”
Can we get some vegan items on the menu? That would be lovely.
I don’t recall seeing any vegan items (someone chime in if I have that wrong) but there were vegetarian options on the menu.