Frisco Tap House opens in Columbia
Frisco Tap House is officially open in Columbia.
The former Frisco Grille and Cantina, which has been working on a new, larger location for most of the year, had a soft opening last Wednesday.
Owner Adam Carton said the new space is three times as big as the Grille. "It's not nearly as cramped," he said.
The new location also has a brewery on site, a larger bar that will seat about 40 people, and a community-style table that sits 20. It will also have a lounge and more parking.
As far as beer goes, it has 50 taps - hence the name - including 10 dedicated to Belgians.
Since Wednesday, all taps have been operational; Carton said its basic menu is also being served.
A couple of new features haven't come online yet. Its lounge area still needs cocktail tables, and the brewery won't be active for another six months. Carton said it's also going to be at least three weeks until the bar can start serving pizza.
But, they decided to open their doors anyway because the soft opening went "gangbusters." He added they'll eventually schedule an official grand opening party.
The new location is at 6695 Dobbin Road Columbia. After the jump, video of the new location: