Visited here in mid December ’15 while in town for work. Upscale beer oriented restaurant with well over 100 taps. Plenty of common crafts, major imports, regionals and seasonals. Nothing too exciting - hard to even find a tick - had to peruse the menu for good five minutes. Prices are on the high side, but was in late enough to catch the second happy hour. Food seems pretty solid - had swordfish tacos and the service was attentive and beer knowledgeable for the most part. Not a beer geek destination, but not bad by any means. Their slogan is "the world’s largest draft beer selection" - not quite. Still a decent lively place to watch a game and enjoy a few cold ones.
This is pretty similar to the other Yard Houses I have visited. They had a lot of beers, including a few good ones, though it is mostly a quantity over quality selection. I still had a good visit though. You can’t go wrong with Jai Alai on draft by the yard!
Lot’s of beers on tap. They used to not rotate at all but are actually starting to do so. Jason over there is doing a great job letting them know what they should get. Food is good but a little more expensive than I think it should be. Service is pretty spot on. It can get really crowded in there, especially for games.
Nice sports bar with 80 plus taps. The only problem was they were all pretty common. They had Dogfish Head 90 on tap which I had above the others. They had a ton of macros making the selection somewhat thin. The staff was knowledgeable and friendly and they have a great happy hour. The food I had was from the half price happy hour menu and it was quite tasty and very cheap. You can find good beers here just don’t expect anything out of the ordinary. They had virtually no local beers on hand. In my roughly three mile radius, this was easily the best place around. Stop in for the happy hour specials and watch the game and you’ll have a good time.
First of all you have to come here during happy hour. Half price appetizers and most beers are about $4. With Chimay, St. Bernardus, and other top notch beers on tap that is not a bad deal. The service is good and all of their beers are on tap, which is a plus.
DeadGirl (76) San Diego, California | October 11, 2009| Updated April 21, 2010
They have a large selection on beers on tap, but whenever I make it out there I only want to try about two. How can this chain be proud of their "beer culture" when they have almost all of the American macros on tap? It’s an overcrowded, happy hour bar where everybody’s drinking a mixed drink or Miller Light, but nobody notices the 120 beers on tap. But it’s a chain and so I just deal with it. #9 DG.
Great selection. Server was really adept at matching beers with dishes and making suggestions. I think we got lucky though by the way I heard other servers talk about beer. Food was good, really enjoyed the tuna steak sandwich.
Big corporate joint. Service was attentive, even when a giant group sat next door we weren’t ignored. Food wasn’t my thing - too timid and uninventive. The beer list guarantees 15-20 beer you’ll enjoy, even if you’ve had most of them before. Although there’s room for improvement on the creativity side of things, I didn’t have a bad time here at all.