Chow down on burgers and more while enjoying a drink at American Tap Room in Rockville. It's casual setting is ideal for hanging out with friends or the family. American Tap Room offers shareable appetizers like fried green tomatoes, spicy shrimp or steak and cheese rolls. Patrons can dine on an entrée of flat iron steak with chimichurri sauce, barbecue-glazed meatloaf, Cajun-style Jambalaya or fish tacos. Hearty sandwiches, soups and tasty desserts are also on the menu.
American Tap Room bar area offers a variety of beer on tap and other beverages. It has happy hour throughout the week and provides a buffet brunch on Sundays.
The American Tap Room - Rockville Town Center is CLOSED. It was good when it was open. Now you have to go to Bethesda. Haven't been there yet.
The service here is great. I've held our last 2 business dinners at this restaurant and both have been quite successful.
The food was fine and our son loves the cotton candy drink. The place was empty on a Sunday night and our waiter was too attentive. For example, he rushed us and offered dessert when I still had half of my dinner still uneaten on my plate. There was no reason to push us out the door. We were quiet and the place was dead so we felt rather annoyed and may not return because of it.
Awesome food and phenomenal service! The food came out promptly and was well seasoned. The waiter had amazing conversion and great service. Overall good time!
Good tool more than 25 minutes to arrive and 2/5 of the orders were incorrect. I do have to commend the manager for quickly fixing the issue but eating dinner with children and having to get their dinners remade, waiting so long really put a damper on our dining experience.
Great service, good food, and adequate pricing. Would have liked to see labels for the brunch food (as some folks have allergies and would not know unless otherwise informed.). Quality of food was great! Service great!
We wanted to celebrate Mother's Day by going to brunch. My wife checked on-line and this brunch sounded like it offered a variety of foods that we would enjoy and was close to home. We had eaten brunch a couple years ago at their Bethesda location and thought it was just okay. This brunch clearly outshone our visit to Bethesda. There was a large variety of items, and for the most part, everything was delicious. Our waiter seemed new at the task but tried to be very accommodating. One problem - we ordered orange juice which cost extra and when he brought it, the glass was full of ice which cuts down on the amount of juice. I asked whether they kept the orange juice in a refrigerator. When he said yes, I asked why the juice was served in a glass full of ice. He said he had gotten it from the bar and that's how they prepare OJ at the bar. He took it back and brought us a glass of just orange juice. But this was a minor thing and we still agreed that the brunch was much better than what we expected and we would return again.
Went for Mother's Day brunch and it was not anything special. Food was all over cooked and cold. We could have had a much better meal for the price elsewhere.
our server was awesome. the food was excellent we are coming back!!!!
Happy hour appetizers excellent. Love fish tacos and Phoenix wings (spices dry rub). Also enjoyed mussels but other two much better. Happy hour wines use to be higher brands , now Canyon Road, so passed and happy with White Cosmo which was a good choice. Service good. Only disappointments, consistently had problems with free WiFi so turned it off. Also checked into Yelp and pleasantly surprised to get 10% off food. Employee told me to accept now vs save for later and then manager stated not good for happy hour which I understand but now I lost discount and 10% off happy hour would be less than on regular meals, so should have honored. Oh well, enjoyed food and drink.
This was my third time going to American Tap Room and my experience wasn't as good as the first two times. For some reason, the food items we ordered tasted pretty salty, and a bit sour, especially the soup and salad. Not sure what happened, but the quality of the foods seemed a bit lower and different than the last time I visited this place. Not sure if I want to go back again since it wasn't that good of an experience last time out compared to the first 2 visits. Maybe if the menu selection was better and the quality of the food was tastier, will think about going back.
Went there a few weeks ago and it was great. They since changed the menu, and the food was horrible this time. Pretzels were hard as a rock, chicken was overcooked, salmon was tough and needed a knife to saw through it. Kids didnt even like the fries!
We showed up for our reservation right on time, but no table available, so we sat in the bar instead. About the only thing that was good was the beer...the food was simply atrocious, even for "pub grub" and so heavily salted that my two teenagers didn't finish their dinners. After we complained to our wait staff, we heard crickets...no discount, no apologies,nothing. Full bill...well, sure, that will build future customer interest...
Just stay away...
I believe ATR may just have started doing a brunch service at the Rockville Town Center location because the restaurant was very empty when we visited. The brunch, however, is very nice. There is a good variety of well-prepared and tasty food and the price is reasonable. The pancakes were very good, as were sausages and the omelette bar. The more lunch-y foods like the blackened tilapia and salad were also tasty. The service was adequate: even though there were few people in the restaurant, our coffee was rarely refilled and finished plates were infrequently bussed.
The waiter recommended the NY Strip over the Ribeye. I was going to order the NY anyhow, which was better than most, but my friend ordered the Ribeye in spite of the waiter's warning... and it came overcooked. This is in part to do with the very thin cut. He didn't return it primarily because he didn't want to throw off the timing of the dinner. I didn't push it. But if I had ordered it I would most definitely would have sent it back. This is not a fluke... the waiter already knew there was a potential problem here. Why wouldn't a reasonable restaurant address this issue? The steak, which is not cheap, couldn't have been more than 1/2 inch.
The MD crab soup was lukewarm, watered down, looked like frozen mixed vegetables in tomato juice and had a very few small shreds of crab.
Great food. Great service! Will definitely go back again!
Food was very good. Service was terrible. Waited about 10 minutes, no waiter. Finally had to go ask for someone to come to table. Waiter was not at all knowledgable about beer selection. Had to continually waive him down for water refills, drink orders, etc. wasn't even crowded. May go back and sit at bar.
The menu and overall food quality has gone way downhill over the past couple of years. Food was barely average.
Didn't get 4/6 orders coirrect, we mentioned it was a birthday, didn't ask but brough a piece of cake and charged us $7.00 for the cake. Asked for my ice tea to go, said they ran out of to go cups. Disappointing. Have been there two other times and the experience was much better. Maybe an off day?
It pains me to write this, as this has long been one of our family's favorite place to go to celebrate or just have a night out. The format of the menu has changed, and it is quite difficult to look through - reminds me more of a specials list you'd see on a table, rather than a menu you are trying to read. In addition, the volume of the music was quite loud, making it difficult for conversation. The beer selection is greatly diminished from the past (this is a Tap Room right?) And it feels as the though lighting has changed as well, as we felt like we were in the dark. They were not busy, but communication was not what it should be and it took an inquiry to the front to determine if we were going to have a sever as we had waited quite some time and no one stopped by. I will say, that once Courtney stepped up as our server, she did a good job. I ordered the wasabi salmon sandwich. Note when they say wasabi paste - they mean it, it was like a huge squirt of toothpaste or playdoh on the sandwich and I strongly suggest you order it on the side, and smooth on what you want with a knife. Note that the kids dessert, which used to be part of their meal, is now an additional cost and no longer part of the meal. There have been so many changes here and I am quite saddened by our experience this time and not sure we will be so quick to return.
It was my first time there and I was pretty impressed with the food!
We were told by the hostess when we walked in that they don't always honor the open table reservations but they would get us eat it as soon as possible. So we sat and waited for 40 minutes past our open table reservation time. This obviously negates the benefit of OpenTable. Had we known it would take this long We would have gone somewhere else. The only reason we walked in the door is because we were able to get an OpenTable spot. Food was good and the server was great
We had a very relaxed meal and were well taken care of. The menu was broad enough for everyone at our table.
Enjoyed tonight's meal very much! Service was great and was able to sit outside considering great weather! House Cabernet was good. Many other drink and food specials over happy hour. Look forward to going back. Bar area energetic over happy hour too!
Service was decent, attentive, our party wasn't an "easy" one. Every drink stayed filled, food arrived in a timely manner (and was pretty yummy). Not expecting Trivia to be going on, enjoyed listening to the questions (couldn't really miss them, it was super loud and echoing over the empty dining room), it is what it is, it's a tap room first, restaurant 2nd. I'm not sure if the hostess was having a bad day, but I can tell you that eye rolling is NOT a way to greet customers and continuous walk-bys accompanied by nasty looks from staff, not a way to garner repeat business. I bumped my 5 top, to a 7 top (which I called ahead about), and arrived with 8 ppl (surprise guest) for which I apologized profusely for doing. The restaurant had 0 tables seated. Not one. And staff acted as though we had committed an atrocity.
The staff was pleasant and service was prompt. However, the food was just okay with some odd flavor combinations. Steak and cheese egg rolls were good but very greasy. Several dishes came with the same sriracha-mayo style sauce which got a little boring. The fish and chips were on par with low-end pubs I've eaten at in Ireland. The strip steak was good, but over-seasoned. Unfortunately, for a place with Tap Room in its name, our server knew next to nothing about beer and had to get his manager to answer basic questions about their selections. The menu was not specific about the selections either, simple stating the brewery name and nothing else.
Overall, it was a fine place to eat, but I would not consider American Tap Room as a first choice (or even second choice). There are several other places with better food and more selection for drinks in the same area.
The food really was nothing I couldnt have made at home. The wait staff and hostess were very kind and accomodating, though the person who actually served us the food was rather sullen. For the price, the food should be better.
Our steak came out overcooked twice. They have us a discount for the trouble, I think we will stick to salads and burgers here.
I have visited American Tap Room many times. This time, I needed a special request and the manager and chef made it happen and perfectly so.