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Yard House - Town Square
Taps: 150 / Bottles: 3
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
6593 Las Vegas Blvd S
phone: (702) 734-9273
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vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5 | $$
I have now been to 7 Yardhouse's. This one kicked some major A**. From the moment you walk in and see this long cooler filled with kegs after kegs to the left you know it's gonna be a fun night.
The service was out of this world. Couple of bartenders Like Brian, Tisa,DJ And the some of the best manager's I've ever in countered.
FOOD . Fantastic(slider's,t-bone and shrimp. and sourdough) YUMMY!
ABOUT 160 TAPS STONE,KONA,LOST COAST,ANDERSON VALLEY,ROGUE
WILL GO BACK AGAIN SOON!! REAL SOON!!
P.S. GREAT COMEDY CLUB RIGHT OUT THE FRONT DOOR'S
06-13-2009 04:30:56 |
More by KNORDSTROM
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
Vegas has its beer mecca!
127 taps - a boatload of micros = awesome.
If is off the strip about 1.5 miles south of The Luxor, but well worth the taxi fare.
Our pints were 3.75 a pop, quite the Vegas value. The bartenter was very attentive and on the spot when our pints went low.
Did not try the food - saved that for the Texas de Brasil around the corner.
I hit Vegas 2 or 3 times a year, and this will be part ogf the regular rotation - Thank You YardHouse for bringing good beer to Las Vegas!
11-16-2008 18:09:15 |
More by gixxerman
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5 | $$
I travel to Las vegas twice a year for sales meetings and conventions. I do not gamble so dining out with friends and colleagues has become my favorite activity.
There are countless good restaurants in Vegas, but except for the Burger Bar at Mandalay, there are really few good places for beer. Sure there's Gordon Biersch and some German place, but they have a very limited selection.
When I heard that the Yard House was coming to Las Vegas, and it was situated right down the block from Mandalay, I knew that I had to go and try it out.
It has been two years and four trips now and the Yard House has become my favorite place to go in Vegas. I always go during the week for happy hour, and we load up on half price beer and appetizers. All the food is good. All the beers are good. All the servers are good.
This last trip, we sat in a booth (5 of us) and ate and drank for over two hours and the bill was under $100.00.
A great value, and a fine beer selection.
For others who live for matching glassware, I enjoy it to. But if I have a choice of drinking a Chimay in a Chimay glass for $7, or in a generic goblet for $3.50 and it is exactly the same beer, I can live without the matching glassware!
Don't be a snob and miss out on this place. Also, stay away from the Freakin' Frog. They have matching glassware but they suck.
01-01-2010 19:32:15 |
More by rudyarmand
United Kingdom (England)
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $$
Well worth a visit to this relatively new bar in "Town Square" a mile or so South of the strip.
The Deuce bus stops outside the square which is handy if you want to sample a few beers.
On entry I was amazed at the selection of beer, the taps are lined up all around a central alcove to the bar, there is at least 160 I believe.
We were a little dissappointed to be told that the sampler choice was only 2 lists of 6 pre chosen beers. Nevertheless we went for them and found the quality excellent.
We also tried the chicken wings which were excellent.
Highly recommended, just a shame we didn't have longer to visit a few more times!
11-27-2009 17:10:25 |
More by Mel61
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $$
We dont have much for great places to grab a brew so I'll take it where I can get it. Yeah, I am not much for chains, but this one I think deserves some kudos for carrying such a variety which is not a possibility for many mom n pop stops. Yeah nothing there is quite rare on tap, but it is a wide selection...I guess for some of the" beer elite" they wont be impressed, but to me the amount on tap is something to be happy about.
It doesn't have the charm of a neighborhood bar, but makes up in selection and surrounding attractions. Sometimes too, its a plus for us that this is not just a beer bar. It's some place that we can take our folks, it's a place we can meet up with friends who have kids for lunch who dont really like beers, but everyone can leave happy with their wide variety of foods. Prices are reasonable compared to the strip, but I mostly come to the Happy Hour to get a great deal. I love that they do reverse happy hours for late night/swing shift people like us who never get to partake on the usual 5-7 kind of hours.
Just wanted to mention officially what is on the HAPPY HOUR
Monday - Friday * 3PM - 6PM
Sunday - Wednesday * 10PM - Close
Martinis & Beer
Domestic Pints $3.50 * Craft/Import Pints $4.25 - $4.50 * Goblets $4.75 - $5.00
Well Drinks $4.25 * House Martinis $6.00 * Wine By The Glass $2.00 OFF
Sliders: Classic, Béarnaise, Pastrami or Turkey Burger $6.75
Select Half-Priced Pizzas
BBQ Chicken * Four Cheese * Pepperoni & Mushroom * Margherita * Ham & Pineapple * Spicy Thai Chicken
Select Half-Priced Appetizers
Spinach Cheese Dip * Moo Shu Egg Rolls * Fried Calamari * Fried Chicken Strips * Firecracker Wings * Buffalo Wings * Chinese Garlic Noodles * Grilled Jamaican Wings * Chilled Edamame * Onion Ring Tower * Chicken Nachos * Hawaiian Poke Stack * Seared Ahi Sashimi * Chicken Lettuce Wraps * Spicy Tuna Roll * California Roll * Blue Crab Cakes
04-08-2010 08:09:35 |
More by Provocajade
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4 | $$
Finally had the chance to check this place out after have moved to Las Vegas a month ago. First impression was pretty great a truth window showing all the kegs was pretty awesome.
Happened to sit down at the start of happy hour lucky for me how can you beat a pint of stone anything for 3 bucks. Not to mention half price apps. Was pretty hungry so grabbed a couple apps to split with the GF
Service was excellent I cant remember our servers name for the life of me but she def knew her beer and for that alone is worth a big tip in my book :) The selection of beer is pretty solid, mostly west coast and quite a few imports, I think the number on tap was somewhere around a 150 or so but based on how busy it was when I stopped in I would say they are def turning over those kegs so freshness should not be an issue it wasn't with any of the brews I tried.
So if your in the Las vegas area def check out this branch I recommend it highly
09-13-2009 23:09:40 |
More by charlottebeerguy
vibe: 3 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Visited this establishment on the advice of a bartender at Pour 21 in NY NY.
Yard house has more of a night club/20 something vibe than an ale house. So if your ok with loud music, pretty girls and lots of beer on tap venture off the strip and check it out, if not try the Burger Bar.
They have at least a 100 different beers on tap. Include 4 house beers and many main stream and non-main stream selection, from Coors Lt to Dog Fish Head to Chimay.
Food could be consider the norm for a bar of this type, but very good at that.
Wait staff know there beers and is more than willing to help you decide on a beer that fits your tastes.
10-26-2010 01:18:43 |
More by madtappers
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$
Been going here since opening day and have gone a half-dozen times atleast. By far, it's my favorite place in Vegas to go for a good offering of drafts, food and a good time.
On average, the service has always been good. We usually go during mid-afternoon and sometimes late at night for their Happy Hour. I've never waited more than 10-15min for a table. Once seated, the servers are usually friendly and quick. 160 taps and also have some unique mixed-beer offerings.
Food has always been excellent. Seared Ahi is my favorite dish, but everything else I've had has always tasted extremely good.
Beer selection is the best in Vegas. Out of the times I've gone, there have only been 2 times where they have been out of what I've ordered. Happy Hour prices take the cost of pints down $1 and also make for half-priced appetizers.
When going with large groups of people, they have also always been helpful in splitting the bill up if desired.
All in all, a great place and I'm very happy to see that this place made it out here. I'll be back many times.
06-04-2008 16:34:15 |
More by riored4v
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$$
I just went to Vegas for a friend's 30th birthday. Her brother suggested the Yard House and I went there right after I dropped my bags at the hotel room.
Okay... I was starving. They had a fairly extensive menu of pub food and standard American fare. I had the french onion soup. It was outstanding. (I was starving)
The tap list was extensive. Mostly west coast brewers, some midwest, some east coast. I've never seen Chimay _on tap_ but there it was. Unfortuneatly I had a head cold which prevented me from enjoying most of the brews. It didn't stop me from ordering them. So my first Anderson Valley Hop Ottin was enjoyed in a very handicapped state. A buddy I was with said it smelled outstanding and took a sip even though she knows she hates IPAs. She still hated the bitterness, but took a sniff every now and again.
I made a recommendation to 2 folks at the table for Lost Coast Great White. Turns out they didn't like it, thought it was skunked (I had no sense of smell). The server explained that it was probably the blend of spices... but she made good anyways, by bringing them different beers without charge. Plus she told me a place I could score some Abyss.
The only negative aspect was the incredibly NOISY atmosphere. You could be heard by the person next to you, unless you were yelling. At least on Saturday night.
Overall, it was a very good bar. I loved a bunch of things about it, but the service was really impressive. I understand that my first 1-2 nights in Vegas are always the most enjoyable but I did rate it with that in mind.
03-26-2009 00:13:07 |
More by goatgoat
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Visited on a Thursday around 5 pm during happy hour which runs from 3 - 6 pm on weekdays.
Personally I thought the parking situation was excellent, with hundreds, maybe thousands, of parking spaces available within less than a two minute walk from the Yardhouse.
The atmosphere of the room itself was nice, tastefully decorated yet not by any means stuffy. Plenty of screens to watch all the games, good sized tables with nicely padded seats. I didn't venture out onto the patio but it looked somewhat nice and had a few dozen tables.
Being happy hour, it was very busy, with all tables appearing full. However my friend and I walked in and were seated promptly with no wait.
The service was wonderful. Wish I could remember our waitresses name but she came around just often enough, but not too often. Just the perfect balance. She also knew the beer and food menu well and answered all my questions easily.
The selection of beers was good. I suppose by almost any other standard it was excellent, as it has 160 beers on tap. However for some reason nothing really jumped out at me as being something I just HAD to try. I'd already had most of the beers on the list at one time or another, and pretty much everything worthwhile on the list is available for purchase at either Lee's Discount Liquors or Khoury's here in Vegas. However if you live here and don't get to those places much, or if you're an out of towner just visiting then you might see quite a few brews here that look mighty tempting.
The food my friend and I had were also on the happy hour menu, so they were half priced. I had a margherita pizza which was excellent and my friend had sliders which he said were very good.
As for value, well it depends on what time of day you go. As mentioned, we went during happy hour and so everything we had was half off, and so therefore it was quite a deal. $22 total for two drinks,a plate full of sliders and fries and a good sized pizza. However at regular price I'd say it might be pushing it a bit.
Anyways, if you're a local looking for another place to try, or a tourist looking to sample something besides hotel food and beer, then I'd recommend the Yardhouse, especially if you go there during happy hour.
05-16-2008 03:22:38 |
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Yard House - Town Square in Las Vegas, NV