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After approximately four months of work, Dad's Kitchen has expanded by adding a tap room to its popular Land Park Restaurant.

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Originally scheduled for opening before Sac Beer Week at the end of February, the tap room at Dad's Kitchen features 30 taps - 26 for regular beer, two for wine and two more for nitrogen brews.

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The venue seats about a dozen people around the bar, with another 15 or so spots on a standing bar along the wall. The bar also features a couple large TVs so patrons can watch sports while enjoying their beer of choice.

For more information about their expansion, read a December 2012 article in Sac Press.

Dad's Kitchen is located at 2968 Freeport Blvd, next to Freeport Bakery.

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My wife took me on the Local Roots Food Tour for my birthday. It was awesome. I cannot recommend it enough.

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