Seaboard's new Tyler's Taproom location (now open) is significant for many reasons, but for us at New Raleigh it's all about the potential economic impact on that area. While some businesses have thrived, the Seaboard shopping center's inward facing design does little to promote its smaller patrons. As the most street visible of Seaboard's Businesses, Tyler's can act as a catalyst for success of the commercial area as a whole.
The Raleigh restaurant has a few distinctions from the four locations across the Triangle. This one unifies the 'speakeasy' side and restaurant side into one large 13,000 foot space. The architects brought in some vintage barn doors, and craft brewery logos are painted on exposed brick walls. This location includes 'draught tables' that allow you to pour your own beers with a digital meter that measures those pours.
Still unfinished, the outdoor patio will include a trellis for the growth of a hop-vine canopy. That patio includes a full bar with 10 taps all its own to compliment the huge selection inside.
See the full opening beer list below.