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For a gourmet burger, craft beers or a one of a kind milkshake, Black Tap is the place to go. Black Tap is a small, 15 seat shake and burger restaurant that’s well-known for its exclusive tastes and looks in their products.

Black Tap is located in Lower Manhattan in the SoHo area. If only looking for the restaurant, it’s hard to spot. The way to find it is a map app on your phone and the long line outside of it. For those who wouldn’t like to wait for food, it might not be a place for them. However, if you enjoy the taste of gourmet foods and wouldn’t mind waiting, this may be an ideal place for you. Black Tap’s area space is very small, which explains why only a few people are allowed in it at once. It has a bar like setting which allows 15 to sit, and others to stand if desired.

It has a variety of gourmet burgers that taste unlike other restaurants’. They’re served rather quickly and prepared to look appetizing on the plate. Its signature milkshakes are unique tasting as they are unique looking. When you receive the shake, treats ranging from sweet to sour load on top of the shake as they also decorate the glass it comes in.

Black Tap does have its downsides, though. The setting is a small restaurant and you may have to stand if you prefer to wait less than the average hour wait outside on top of waiting for your food. It doesn’t sound great to many at all. Then why go? It’s good reviews, high recommendations, and food quality are what negates the bad qualities Black Tap may have.

It’s not a place where you pay a lot of money to remain hungry after eating a weird tasting, fancy meal. The pricey part may be a little true, but the food is pretty filling to most. It’s not a place that you’d visit frequently because of the negatives it does bring along, but it’s definitely an experience one would have to try when visiting New York City.

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