The Yardhouse is a great place to have a beer. With 130 beers on tap.There is plenty to chose from. The happy hour is great too. Mon. thur Fri. 3pm to 6pm. Half priced beers and appetizers. Cannot beat that.
I loved this place. nice to go and get away from the strip for awhile. Great selection of beers on tap - hard to choose what to drink. The food was very good as well. Wait staff was friendly and fairly knowledgable.
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.
This place had a bunch of taps, and being from the eastern US, there were a lot of beers that I haven’t tasted on tap. The wait for a table was terrible (over an hour), but the bar was quick with the beer. The food was excellent once we got seated, and the waitress was even knowledgeable about beer. Wish I could have visited more than once.
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.