The bar at Atlas Tap Room. Photo from Facebook.
The charcuterie board. Photo courtesy Atlas Tap Room.
Bacon deviled eggs. Photo courtesy Atlas Tap Room.
The partners behind SoMa’s Archive Bar & Kitchen, which opened last December, have opened a new spot next door. It’s called ~ATLAS TAP ROOM~, and opened officially on Monday January 19th. They’re offering eight beers on tap, all from California, along with snacks to pair with the beer. For food, think cheese, charcuterie, deviled eggs, and pretzels—here’s the menu. For beers, there are options like Scrimshaw, HenHouse, and Fort Point. There are also some large-format bottles for after-work groups and six wines on tap. Wines are all available in four- or six-ounce pours, and there are always three whites and three reds. The options will change, but they’ll hail from all over. Right now, there are selections from Italy, California, and Austria. There will also be 18 bottled wines available by the glass. Here is the full drink list.
The space is designed to be warm and comfortable, with steel, brick, and wood surfaces. There is a chalkboard reporting the day’s beer selections, and a map theme (Atlas, get it?) informs the decorative items. For now, hours are Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm, but they plan to open all day with grab-and-go lunch in the coming weeks. Eventually, hours will be Mon-Fri 11am-10pm, with the possibility of Saturday hours. 606 Mission St. at 2nd St., 415-872-9278.