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Tapworks Gives Greektown A Roomy Non-Greek Bar With Over 100 Beers

Look around Randolph Tavern owner's spot on Washington.

The newest drinking and eating establishment in Greektown is about suds instead of flaming cheese. Rachel Dennis, owner of Randolph Tavern in The Loop and two spots in the burbs, softly unveiled Tapworks on Monday, a casual drinking and bar food eatery with more than 100 beers, flights, and boozy milkshakes.

Tapworks holds two bars, a front lounge area, wood floors, exposed brick, and vintage neon beer signs. The food menu, which uses beer as an ingredient in many of the items, is available on the website.

In an area where very few restaurants aren't fast food or liberally use the word "Opa!", Tapworks should be a welcome addition for people looking for a different option.

Open daily 10 or 11 a.m. until late; weekend brunch available. 820 W. Jackson Blvd.

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