City Tap Fulton Market is a brew-forward pub with a mighty beer menu & vast array of American eats and craft cocktails. They will feature a robust lineup of elevated pub fare and 48 draft lines populated with craft brews with a big focus on their local favorites.
Great beer and even better food — for everyone. They've been dedicated to that very simple idea since 2010. Please join City Tap Fulton Market at the bar. They are saving you a seat!
Who are you?
City Tap Fulton Market!
How long have you been in the neighborhood?
We have been open and in Fulton market for about two months now.
Why the West Loop?
We saw the need for a great localized pub in the destination dining and nightlife culture of the neighborhood.
What are your top challenges in growing City Tap Fulton Market?
Right now we are just trying to get our name out in the highly competitive Fulton Market/West Loop area.
Why did you join the West Central?
We joined the West Central Association because we want to be part of the community and get to know our neighbors!
What makes your business unique?
What makes City Tap Fulton Market unique is our upscale pub feel. Our menu consists of everything from nachos and wings to salmon and filet! We have a large planar TV wall so we're able to play every and any sport, at any time - which is not something a lot of our neighbors offer.
What gets you up in the morning?
Knowing that we get to meet, feed, entertain and take care of new folks every day is what gets us up in the morning.
What’s your favorite part of the West Loop?
Our favorite part of the West Loop is its people, the residents, the visitors and the community as a whole.
What does the future of City Tap Fulton Market look like?
We hope that City Tap Fulton Market becomes a neighborhood favorite!
Describe City Tap Fulton Market in 140 characters or less
We are a brew-forward pub with a mighty beer menu & vast array of American eats and craft cocktails. We feature a robust lineup of elevated pub fare and 48 draft lines populated with craft brews with a big focus on our local favorites.
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