Little Tap House is a craftbeer gastropub with a farm-to-table menu offering an ever changing seasonally inspired menu. Opened in March of 2013 by a mother - daughter team; Lee Goyette and Brianna Jaro have transformed the space at 106 High Street into a convivial location where friends meet after work for happy hour, first dates later celebrate anniversaries, and families enjoy milestone birthday gatherings. Lee and Brianna have called Portland home for over thirty years and relish in fostering warm and welcoming hospitality which resonates throughout the establishment. In typical Maine fashion, they always welcome a friendly hello - so don't hesitate to introduce yourself!
Little Tap House offers 14 rotating microbrew taps; curated to be Maine-centric. Each week we connect with local brewers to bring in a carefully selected arrangement of styles. From signature hoppy and hazy New England IPAs, to crisp and easy drinking Lagers, malty Browns and Reds to funky Sours and Imperial Stouts, Little Tap House is a beer connoisseur paradise. Enjoy a flight of differing styles and breweries or a full pour paired with your meal. Our beer program aims to be environmentally friendly with craftbeer only available on draught and a very limited domestic option in bottle. For up-to-date specials and highlights, visit us on our instagram.
OUR FARM-KITCHEN PHILOSOPHY
Our current menu features these local artisans and farmers.
STONECIPHER FARMS, BOWDOINHAM, MAINE
PINELAND FARMS, NEW GLOUCESTER, MAINE
MAYA’S APIARY, SIDNEY, MAINE
THE CHEESE IRON, SCARBOROUGH, MAINE
MAINE BREWING SUPPLY, PORTLAND, MAINE
MORSE’S, WALDOBORO, MAINE
HARBOR FISH, PORTLAND, MAINE
SWALLOWTAIL FARM, NORTH WHITEFIELD, MAINE
BOTTO’S BAKERY, PORTLAND, MAINE
MICUCCI, PORTLAND, MAINE
MOUSAM VALLEY, SPRINGVALE, MAINE
Located between the Arts District and West End, Little Tap House resides kitty-corner to the Portland Museum of Art and sits just steps away from such venues like the State Theater, Civic Center, and One Longfellow Square.