Brass Tap is the latest restaurant to try its hand at a tap menu, but it’s an unusual experiment.
The restaurant is an offshoot of the Brasserie de Cachette, a Parisian-inspired restaurant with a rotating menu of beer, wine and spirits.
In the summer of 2017, Brass Tap opened in a former French army barracks on the edge of Paris’s old center.
The Brass Tap menu includes an impressive assortment of French wines and spirits, as well as French foods from around the world.
The brass tap bar at Brass Tap.
(Courtesy of Brass Tap) Brass Tap’s menu of French and German-inspired foods.
(BrassTap) BrassTap’s menu at BrassTap.
(Bassett) The BrassTap bar at the restaurant.
(Cicci) The interior of BrassTap restaurant.
BrassBar’s BrassTap menu.
(Sven Schubert) The kitchen of BrassBar.
(François-Marie-Hélène Péreault) BrassBar’s menu.
Basset Tap, a restaurant on the outskirts of Paris.
(Martha M. Lee/Ciccio via Getty Images) BassetTap is located on the corner of Rue de la Côte d’Azur and Rue du Côté in the city center.
It’s a casual and hip spot that’s also home to a cocktail bar and live music, both of which feature live music by the legendary French DJ, Jacques Barreau.
While Basset Tap is open year-round, it’s currently closed for renovations.
The location is set up in a nondescript warehouse on the city’s outskirts.
Bassets tap menu.
(BrassTaps) Bassets tap bar.
(Pablo Blazquez) Brussels restaurant BrassTap opens a new branch in Paris, in an old army barracks.
The space is open for lunch and dinner, with a menu that features French, German and Italian dishes.
A look at the new BrassTap dining area.
(Juan M. Fernandez/For The Washington Post) The new BrassTaps menu.