Visited on Super Bowl Sunday and sampled beer while Denver forgot they had a game. We entertained ourselves by getting short pours of California brewers we can’t get. Hanger 24, lost coast, etc. fun time. Service was good as was food.
We have been here many times, the last time on 4.1.2014. A typical Yard house place with a large bar and a dark ambiente. Over the years hey have reduced their beer offering and have hardly any exotic beers, more and more they offer the Heineken and Millers of this world. The good ales they do have are not very tasteful and served too cold. The food is very good and they do have good deals for happy hour, also the service is very attentive and nice. Would not come for the beers, but you can come here for happy hour and have some appetizers.
Went here with a group of people, my first time to one of these. Pretty good selection of beers, including some house beers, which appear to be made mostly by Firestone Walker. Food was very good, and reasonably priced.
On an AOPD trip to La Quinta we had dinner and beers at The Yard House. It was highly recommended for the selection and we were not disappointed. I a Double daddy and an imperial Stout. the food was good and service was excellent. The bartender did not want my brother to just drink Coors Light. Light dinning area. We were next to the keg room. The beer is pumped over the ceiling to the bar and taps.
Next best thing to a brewery.Pro’s & Con’s:Pro’s...Well thought out selection when they are all pouring, food is decent Con’s...Bar is always packed with Bud Lite Drinkers that are more interested in the "Meat Market" aspect of the bar. Not a real Beer/ Micro-brewery ambiance.Great for 1 pint and then hop over to Babe’s Brewhouse at The RIVER.
Huge tap selection with many commons but some truly good finds too. Food, service and ambiance make this a popular hang out as its more about the restaurant than the beer. Only complaint about the beer would be that they don’t do much in the way of seasonals or locals but without a doubt the only place you’ll find so many quality brews on tap.
Sports Bar ambiance, really good service, and a fair selection. I know from a quantity standpoint they brag about being the largest, but there are just too many macros. That being said, the selection of craft beers was decent, particularly in this area that seems to be abandoned by the beer gods. I’d recoomend going during the happy hour (3:00 to 6:00) and take advantage of the half-price appetizers and $4.50 pints of craft beer.