Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer opened in the iconic Herald Square neighborhood in July 2019. This new flagship location, designed by the award-winning Rockwell Group, features new signature design elements, from the first standalone CrazyShake® Bar in New York City, where guests can watch their famous milkshakes come to life, to a wall installation covered in 4,000 cassette tapes. Street artist duo, and twins, How and Nosm were tapped for two custom murals in the space inspired by New York City life. Black Tap Herald Square has a fully private dining room (70 people seated, 150 standing) and is located in the soon-to-be Kixby Hotel.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer in Midtown opened in November 2016 next to Midtown’s iconic Blakely Hotel. The Midtown restaurant features unique street art from Bradley Theodore, including a mural of Marilyn Monroe in the self-titled “Marilyn Room.” The largest of the Black Tap restaurants in NYC, Black Tap Midtown can accommodate 100 guests’ seated and 126 guests standing.
Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer opened its first ever location in New York’s iconic SoHo neighborhood in March 2015 and the accompanying downstairs portion in the summer of 2016. The SoHo restaurant features unique designs from street artist Fumero. With a 12-seat counter upstairs and 55 seat restaurant tucked away downstairs, Black Tap SoHo is the ultimate representation of an NYC restaurant. Black Tap Down can accommodate 55 guests’ seated and 80 guests standing, while Black Tap Up can accommodate 38 guests’ seated and 40 guests standing.
If ever there was a home away from home for our CrazyShake® milkshakes, it’s over-the- top Vegas. Black Tap is located in The Venetian, right on the strip and is the home to our very first standalone CrazyShake® bar. It sports multiple private dining rooms, indoor/outdoor seating for 220 and standing room for 400. Our waterfront outdoor patio features the best views on the strip, overlooking the Venetian’s famous canals. Fumero brought his talents to Vegas with four custom murals throughout the space, including a modern take on the four face playing cards.