I guess if you’re after a huge selection of beers, this is the spot. Didn’t really see much that was especially extraordinary or unusual, but still a healthy lineup of beers in a town that otherwise doesn’t offer much in the way of a local beer scene. Bit out of the way for the Vegas tourist.
theisti (903) Kansas | October 3, 2012| Updated September 8, 2014
Visited for lunch with family. I had just finished watching the Vikings game at the Red Rocks sports book, and wished I had watched it at the bar here. Nice flat screens surround the bar, and smoke free. Beer and food menu are typical for the Yard House. Service was good. I enjoyed my Ballast Point Porter and Steak Sandwich. Worth the visit if you are on this end of town.
70 = ★★½ (Locals should check it out, visitors with extended time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
(Visited 08/2011): This Yard House location is in the relatively new Town Square mall on the south side off 15/215. Parking is plentiful all around.
The interior is laid out similarly to other Yard House locations, with the circular bar right in the center. The rest of the space features dark wood with booths and tables. TVs are plentiful behind the bar, lending to an upscale sports bar feel.
Yard House’s tap list exceeds 100, with many regional craft brewers represented, such as Firestone Walker (who provides the "Yard House" brand beers), Tenaya Creek, Deschutes and Stone. The bottle selection is pretty much nonexistent.
Service at the bar was friendly as the bartenders use a tag team approach. They were all friendly and kept up with sample requests and refills.
Food at Yard House is consistently good. My colleagues and I shared several appetizers and they were all solid.
Overall you know what you are going to get with Yard House, which is both a positive and a negative. While the beer list is dominated by common and/or bland macros, you can always count on finding something good. Worth a stop for anyone visiting the area.
In town for business and went here for eastern time dinner. Mid-day.
Keg cooler in view behind glass as you come in the door. Bar in the center with taps circle in the center.
Weather was pleasent so we sat on the patio and had a dip app and the seafood lunch on menu. Both were good portions and very good flavor.
I found four west coast beers I had not had before and was pleased with that. I can understand why someone from the west coast would think the beer selection was boring.
Could not stay for Happy Hour, my lose I believe. $3 pints and half price apps.
Nice upscale tap location with good food.
not a bad place just south of the strip. Im not really into the atmosphere here, but there are always a ton of hot ladies around this place-both workers and customers. Beer selection is huge, but nothing special (due to NV not having anything really special) Food is tasty but prices are a bit high for everything.
Visited for lunch on Sunday. Located in a beautiful shopping area. The food is good, beer selection is OK, nothing extra ordinary. They have 3-4 flights selection, but with fixed beers. A good lunch/shopping companion, don’t visit just for the beers.
First visit to this chain, stopped in for dinner and beers. Basically a big sports bar. Service and food was good. Lots if TVs and good crowd. Massive number of taps, had a couple samplers that were preselected. The ipa sampler had lots of west coast beers I can’t get, so I thought they were pretty cool. I’ll hit this up again before I leave town.
ajm (202) Los Angeles, California | January 20, 2009
I would be more likely to go here than the Freakin’ Frog, which pains me to say, but the Happy Hour is just killer here. Especially if you roll in on a Sunday night and close the place for less than twenty bones. Was surprised at the variety - I think they do a better job than the Pasadena location, but they still fight to make it look bigger than it is. No 777 on tap which is also dumb. I am positive that service is hit or miss, and value is a 9 during happy hour but a five all other times. It is hard to find because there’s no sign from LVB. It’s at the back of the Town Square shopping center. Just north of the intersection of LV Blvd and the 215.