Monday, July 25, 2011

Tapped Out in Roswell

On Saturday my fiancé and I decided to try out one of Roswell’s newest restaurants.  We tried Roswell Tap off of Highway 9.  Pulling to the historic home we saw a pretty good size crowd which is always refreshing.  Upon entering the restaurant the hostess sat us down promptly.  After a few minutes the hostess came to take our drink order.  While waiting I noticed the menu looked extremely promising there were many sandwiches that looked enticing on their menu.  On that particular night though we were both in the mood for wings as another reviewer had pointed out they were the best in Atlanta.  She ordered the medium wings I opted for extra hot.
Wings should not be an extremely difficult menu item to execute as the entire entrée is fried.  After twenty minutes of waiting our food finally came out the wings were mostly small in size and were barely coated in sauce. This was disappointing as I was looking forward to tasting wings coated with hot sauce laced with Irish butter. What I did taste was very good.  The wings were crispy some were meaty and the hot sauce had a well flavored kick.  The blue cheese was good and homemade it wasn’t the best nor the worst.  The fries were incredibly salty. My honest opinion is that the place has potential there is a great creative atmosphere and if the food was well executed Roswell Tap could be a worthy addition to the Roswell area.  However, the service is slow and at one point no food was coming out of the kitchen.  
In conclusion I will probably return to the Roswell Tap to try one of the sandwiches especially the chicken sandwich containing rosemary bacon.  Upon my return I sincerely hope that the kinks are worked out and I can update this review to brag about the restaurants turnaround.

The Roswell Tap on Urbanspoon

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