Went here on a Sunday with my family for lunch on vacation. Wasn’t too busy which was nice. Server was efficient but not very friendly or knowledgeable. Food was good. Good kids menu. Great beer selection, had over 100 taps that all circled the central bar fed by large pipes in the ceiling which conect to the kegs in the "cellar". Price was ok for Vegas. Overall, pretty decent. Located in a nice shopping area. Will try to make it back before we head home.
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.
Bif (121) St. Charles, Missouri | December 26, 2013
Similar to the other resteraunts in the chain, with a large selection of beers, but only a few worth trying. Quality of the food is good and service is excelent for the most part. Being this is Las Vegas most people aren’t here for the beer.....
Visited twice October/November 2013. $15 cab ride from Flamingo Rd and more than worth it to momentarily escape the chavdom and expense of The Strip. Extensive, if somewhat pedestrian/unchanging selection in variable condition- struggled to find new stuff in good nick on my second visit but found the outstanding Chainbreaker on my first. Photogenic glass-fronted ’cellar’ fed by a some demented Victorian chrome exhaust/cathedral organ system over the eating areas to the taps. A bit like the Fat Cat in Norwich on steroids. Sweet grooves featuring The Band, Grateful Dead and Doobie Bros. on my visit. Scant lighting. Aggressively helpful servers. They want you out fast when you’ve cleared your plate. Decent steak, lobster noodles and chowder. Pretty much essential if for any reason (it happens) you find yourself dragged to Vegas.
Town square Las Vegas location of this chain. Draft selection is extensive, but had a hard time finding anything all that special. Service was efficient.
theisti (884) 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.
A nice enough place. Was quiet when I got in, but as lunch hour wore on, started to become more and more crowded and loud. Had a table at the patio which was nice on a sunny afternoon. Good service though a bit slow at times, a lot of beers to choose from. Food was pretty good too, especially the swordfish taco I had though the jambalaya was a bit ordinary.