Less than a year after opening his popular artisan pizza joint Birroteca, Robbin Haas is ready to tackle his next restaurant venture in Mount Washington.
The Nickel Taphouse will open Nov. 20 in the former Blue Sage Café and Wine Bar space at 1604 Kelly Ave.
The 100-seat restaurant will serve grilled oysters, mussels, burgers and roast beef served on kimmelweck rolls, topped with sea salt and caraway seeds. The sandwich is a specialty in Haas’ native Buffalo, N.Y. The restaurant will also serve 32 craft beers on draft and about 50 wines. Menu items will cost between $5 and $19.
The 4,000-square-foot Nickel Taphouse is inspired by the places Haas used to frequent in his working class neighborhood. “They had great food and a lively bar crowd. These are places to hang out and stop in everyday.”
Haas, who is leasing the space, says he wasn’t looking to expand but a good business opportunity came along. He declined to say how much he is spending on the business.
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