Tabletop Tap House opened in May across from Moscone Center, serving American tavern-style food and drinks. There's a lot to do here: The bar and restaurant is outfitted with foosball, billiard tables, more than 80 board games, dozens of TVs, and a 50-foot video wall. The venue can hold events for 10 to 700 guests, spanning six event spaces. The semiprivate Mini Bar has room for 20 guests for seated events or 30 for receptions, with floor-to-ceiling windows, nine plasma screens, a private entrance, and a private bar. The Lounge includes a billiard table and foosball table with floor-to-ceiling windows on one wall and four plasma screens. It can accommodate 70 guests for a seated meal, 80 guests for theater-style events, 40 for classroom-style events, or 90 guests for receptions. The Lounge can be combined with the executive room, which includes a plasma screen and a billiard table with room for 10 seated guests or 15 guests for receptions or theater-style events. The Mezzanine is semiprivate with a view of the video wall and its own plasma screen; it holds 40 for receptions. The semiprivate main dining room includes a private 50-foot bar and a 50-foot video projection wall. The main dining room accommodates 150 seated guests for sit-down dinners, 400 for receptions, 200 for theater-style events, or 80 guests for classroom-style events. There's also the Break Room with a private entrance and patio, with room for 150 for receptions. The Break Room includes eight billiard tables and nine plasma screens and has an adjoining patio.