TAPHOUSE DINING ROOM IS OPEN FOR UP TO 60 DINERS WITH SITTING TIMES OF 2 HOURS.
There is now additional seating at the front of the Taphouse which currently has a limit of 6 diners at a time.
Please see below our UPDATED OPERATING HOURS for dining in.
BOOKINGS NOT ESSENTIAL, BUT STRONGLY ADVISED.
FOLLOW THE LINKS to place your booking or order takeaway.
And don't miss out on TAPPY HOUR every Friday from 3pm until 6pm!
DINING & TAKEAWAY
TAKEAWAY | PICKUP ONLY
Wed - Sun 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Must be ordered via our website or the Bopple app.
2 hour DINE-IN SEATING TIMES
Bookings not essential, but strongly advised.
Wednesday - Thursday 5pm - 9pm
Friday* 12pm - Late
*TAPPY HOUR 3pm - 6pm!
Saturday 12pm - Late
Sunday 12pm - 9pm
Call 02 4899 7100 or click link below
Taphouse, brought to you by Southern Highlands Brewing Co, invites visitors and locals to enjoy true Highlands hospitality.
Find us in the historic Toose's building on Argyle Street, where we serve all of our house craft beers on tap as well as hosting
an invitational guest tap. You can also try any of the beers on a custom-made beer tasting flight of 4.
Beer cuisine at it’s best and most delicious, you are sure to enjoy a tasty seasonal menu using the freshest ingredients supplied wherever possible by local producers. French brasserie favourites such as Confit of Duck and Pinnacle Grass-Fed T-Bone with Café de Paris Butter, delivered by smiling,
well-trained staff keep our regular clientele and visitors coming back for more. As well as an inspired vegetarian menu,
we have a great bar menu for all-day dining, plenty of shareable plates and kid-friendly dishes.
We have an extensive wine list with many available by the glass.
Come in for a beer and take in the pretty township of Moss Vale from our original Art Deco window counters, or sink into a
leather sofa with a classic cocktail and admire the work of a local artist.
We’re sure that after one visit to the Taphouse you’ll love Moss Vale as much as we do- and craft beer if you didn’t already!
"On brasseries. If there is a continuous quality food offering throughout the day, fast service, uniformed waiters
carrying trays, draft beers – a true marker of their origins as 19th-century microbreweries – then you have a brasserie."
- Jay Rayner