This is a great place. Raise the rating please. High end place with an extensive beer selection. They had a few beers I had never seen. Food was good and reasonably priced if you order off the lunch menu. Service was attentive nad friendly. This was a huge surprise out in the ’burbs of KCK.
There are a ton of taps, but it’s not a very impressive selection of beer. They’ve managed to select just about every mainstream, generic beer available. On the expensive side. I liked the food more than the beer.
Large restaurant with the bar located in the center of the floor plan. There is outdoor setting but we were there in the summer and only the smokers where out there. Good selection of tap beers and the food was good. Servers where friendly and helpful. It is a little bit pricey but not too bad.
Have been here a few times as I only live a short distance away. They do advertise 100 taps, but since this is Kansas you will find nothing too exciting. Service is good, prices are high. They try, but miss the target.
June 28, 2012 - In a cool area of town called the Legends, the Yard House seemed to be on par with the one I visited in Vegas. Had some nice outdoor seating, but at 100 degrees no one was out there. Two flight options that were pre-determined so good effort but come on they have too many taps not to offer a make your own option. They did offer Shortys (9 oz pours), which was good considering their high beer prices. Really good service and the lady knew her beer. They did blends, so I tried the Young’s Double Chocolate with Timmerman Framboise and it was pretty good. It is a Yard House so the music was pumping and sports were on TV, so life was good.
yet another yardhouse. this one does have some perks-boulevard tank 7 on tap, great food and really hot waitress’ everywhere! cant go wrong with that. my biggest complaint is that its way over priced and they dont even fill the beer up to the top. a decent place to stop if your in the area but not to go out of your way.
Visited on a Sunday afternoon. Decent crowd seated at the big oval bar in the center, surround by tables and booths. Had a pretty standard chain restaurant sports bar type setup. It was way too hot the day I visited, but they also had a large patio that sits in a busy traffic area of The Legends, which might be fun. There were a bunch of taps, not sure of the count but its likely in the 100 range. Despite the wide selection, there is nothing terribly unique; features all the normal American craft, macro as well as the more common imports on. I didn’t eat, but the food around me looked pretty solid. Service was friendly, offered samples, more than willing to switch out a keg that had blown. Overall, sort of a corporate version of a Barleys. I will likely only hit this place again if I am killing time out at the legends.
I’ve been to other Yard Houses in other areas with better beer selections. Heck, there’s places in Kansas City proper that have more choices. Still, if you’re in the Legends area and you want a craft beer, the Yard House will be your best option. Sure the food’s a bit pretentious and the beer’s a little overpriced, but it beats the pants off of what else is in the area.
Indra (77) Overland Park, Kansas | October 20, 2009
Sure, they have 100 taps or so, but only a small handful of really good beers that would get one excited. Prices are fairly high, service is average, as is the atmosphere. In essence, not a place I frequent, especially since its not in my neck of the woods. I wouldn’t really recommend this as a stop for an out-of-towner unless you just happen to be right nearby.