On Tap Now Open And Serving Food At Whole Foods
Last month, On Tap at Whole Foods Market opened at their Columbus Circle location. Beer at a supermarket? Sounds kind of weird, but considering Whole Foods is the best generic Midtown deli, the food at On Tap may be worth a look-see.
Although the food menu focuses on bar snacks, like nuts and pretzels, as well as local meats, cheeses and pickles, they appear to also serve heartier fare. Hot dogs ($5.00, or $6.00 with toppings), chili ($6.00 vegetarian or $7.00 with meat) and pulled pork sandwich ($10.00) are all in the ML budget; however, the brisket sandwich will push you over at $12.00 (as will ordering alcohol). Good news for the thrifty — there’s a sign informing customers that the establishment doesn’t accept tips, which is a refreshing change of pace for New York City, and they’re open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays (with similar hours on weekends).
On Tap at Whole Foods Market, Time Warner Center, Columbus Circle. 212-823-9600