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Tyler's Taproom to open this fall in Raleigh's Seaboard Station

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Tyler's Taproom, a Triangle restaurant with an extensive beer selection brewpub with locations in Carrboro, Apex and Durham, is expanding into downtown Raleigh.

Construction has started in the 10,500-square-foot space in Seaboard Station that occupied Tookie's Grill and was originally intended for Red's Beach Music Club. Originally, Tyler's was only going to occupy the Red's space but when Tookie's closed, the owner decided to take that space as well, which already included a kitchen.

Ted Van Dyk of New City Design Group said they hope to be open by September or October. He added that the space will include a 50-feet outdoor deck with an outdoor bar offering a view of downtown Raleigh.

In a press release, owner Tyler Huntington said, "We are excited about finally making our Raleigh location a reality. It took a while to get all of the pieces together, but the wait has been worth it.  In the end we will have more space, room for private events, and a great patio area."

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Taproom v. Brewpub

I do not think Tyler's is a "brewpub"--that refers to a place that actually brews the beer.  Tyler's has a wonderful selection, but none of them are actually made in-house.

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Andrea Weigl has been the food writer at The News & Observer since the summer of 2007. She has won a handful of awards from the Association of Food Journalists and the Society for Features Journalism. Her profile of chef Ashley Christensen titled "A Force of Nature" will be published in the sixth edition of "Cornbread Nation: The Best of Southern Food Writing." She is serving a three-year term on the James Beard Foundation book awards committee. Follow her on Twitter at @andreaweigl.
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