There isn't much to say about the tots. You know me and tots. And post-pregnancy, sweet potato is back in my life for good. So I had no issues with these. They are served with a side of tomato jam that is amazing. Again, I prefer my tots to stand alone (just as I do my pickle fries) but I couldn't help but scoop up every last bit of tomato jam from its dish.
Angie ordered the Fish and Chips and Susan had the "Pittsburgh" sandwich. Both also found faults with their dishes but enjoyed their meals overall. The fries came a little under seasoned, and the sandwich didn't have the punch of a typical "Pittsburgh."
The menu was very intriguing at Tap's Pourhouse and Eatery. Other menu items I'm dying to try include the vegan barley patty in place of any burger and the Bacon Caramel Popcorn. Yum! I think this would be a great pick to watch NCAA tourney and get a few sides or shares. They have great offerings like Grit Fries, Fried Chicken Skins and Pork Belly Tacos. And while the vegan options may be limited they are enticing.
The prices are a little high for an ordinary lunch out. For lunch with friends it was ok, but I wouldn't recommend it for your daily lunch. At $10 for most sandwiches and $16 for entrees you could go broke eating out here everyday. I would love to see a lunch menu developed with items in the $5-$6 range to draw in more of a lunch crowd. However, for dinner, I think it is just fine.
We ended our meal with a dessert...because who can resist Coffee and a Donut when it is really a Glazed Krispy Kreme Donut Bread Pudding, served with Deluxe Espresso Ice Cream and Dulce de Leche.