Yard House - Red Rock Resort
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Taps: 115 / Bottles: 3
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
Ratings: 7 | Reviews: 7
Reviews by ahq514:
4/5 rDev +9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Visited this place twice while in Vegas. The number of taps is really impressive, but its kind of a letdown when you see that at least a good third to fourth of them are pale lagers. However there is more than enough to choose from and some great stuff to try. I was hoping for more beers that I couldn't find in Chicago and there were a few, but I felt like a lot were available in Chicago. They had a couple Deschutes and Firestone beers that I settled for. The first waitress we had seemed pretty knowledgeable about beer and we talked to her for a good while about Deschutes and Oregon beers. The second waitress, however, didn't seem too knowledgeable. The food was pretty good too and the prices seemed on par with other places I saw in Vegas. A pretty solid place overall.
01-11-2011 19:59:48 | More by ahq514
More User Reviews:
1.73/5 rDev -52.9%
vibe: 1 | quality: 1 | service: 1 | selection: 3.5 | food: 2 | $$$
My wife and I went to go have dinner on 8/21/2012 around 6:30 p.m. They were not that busy but after Lauren the "hostess" took our request for a table for two inside she asked us to sit down. Three other parties came in and were seated before us (they were not asked to sit down). My wife and I observed this and my wife asked Lauren when our table would be ready. Lauren asked her how many was her party for again and did we want to sit inside or outside. Really did not make us feel that the Yardhouse was interested in our business so we went elsewhere and let the manager know on our way out why we were leaving. He (did not catch the manager's name) wanted to know how many were in our party and he would get us a table right away. Apparently you do not have to count past one to work at the Yardhouse and need to give your party size more than three times. This local is not going back
08-22-2012 22:58:36 | More by ttransue
3.68/5 rDev +0.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 2 | food: 4.5 | $$$
I used to really like Yardhouse. You cant go wrong with the Happy Hour specials M-F on the beers and appetizers. It is the same repetitive music, with the same repetitive beer, and it would be a pleasant change if they would switch it up. Dont get me wrong, I enjoy getting the same 3 beers as I always get, but it would be nice to see some unexpected beer surprises. If you are going to the Yardhouse as a first time, you will more than likely have a blast, but if you've bben there more than a couple of times...well, you've mastered the best that Yardhouse has to offer.
06-06-2011 22:42:11 | More by Sicknot
4.13/5 rDev +12.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$$
I stayed at Red Rock this trip to Vegas, so having a Yard House in-house was a big plus, and gave them a head-start at making it an enjoyable experience.
Hostess and waitstaff were friendly. The decor is typical Yard House, with a nice entry hall through the keg coolers from the casino floor.
Typical Yard House tap-list, without much fanfare or anything too exciting. Every time I head to a Yard House in the mountains, I keep hoping to get a bit more selection that's not available on the West Coast. I'm not sure why. I asked about rotating/new/seasonal taps and the waitress, who was one of the better waitresses I've had at a Yard House, admitted there was a lot of new items and she wasn't familiar with 'em, so she pulled out a folded 8.5x11 paper with the run-down of all the new stuff. I ended up picking DFH Raison, since I rarely see it on tap. Extra bonus of getting a full pints worth... don't think that was the intended serving size. but I'm not complaining.
Food was solid. Awesome pear salad, tomato soup was decent, and truffle fries, while a bit thin and over-fried, tasted awesome.
In summary, it's a Yard House. Chain restaurant with a buttload of taps, but only a few that pique the interest of true beer geeks. But in the relative beer-wasteland of Vegas, it seems like an oasis. And they have an awesome happy hour to boot.
05-13-2011 21:03:44 | More by djeucalyptus
4.13/5 rDev +12.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
This Yard House is a little different than the rest as it has two entrances, one from the casino and the main one. The one in Denver is the same except it is attached to a mall. During the slow period if one enters from the "back" entrance they have to search for a hostess to seat them, during the busy time both are staffed. The casino is the Red Rock and it is sort of cool and the area is the same if someone has the time and transportation to travel here.
As for the Yard House I am starting to get burnt out on the beer selection. I wish someone would come in, corporate wise, and really shake it up. Many other BA reviews for various locations have said the same thing.Food and service are top notch as with all Yard House locations.
01-23-2011 22:23:16 | More by VegasBill
4.03/5 rDev +9.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | $$
I have heard about the Yard House from my fiance after her trip this summer to visit her sister in Las Vegas. We went to LV for Xmas and I was pysched to go try it.
My first impression of the atmosphere is very good. The layout was a little chaotic with some of the booths going in and out. The bar area looked to be setup nicely. Everything looked nice and clean.
The service was very good. Our waiter made sure we were covered while he was on a break. Both waiters were very helpful with any questions that we may have had.
Selection let me down a little. Being from the east coast I was hoping for a selection that featured more beers from west coast brewery's that I can't get here in Florida. There was some (5-6), the rest were more national brands that you can get from any brew pub and decent beer stores. They had several for each of the common styles of beers.
I didn't try the food, had a big breakfast that morning at Bonny Springs, so I can't speak for it.
Overall, it was a good place to go, but if your looking from some obscure regional brews, there isn't going to be many. That is the sole grip I have.
01-08-2011 02:36:53 | More by wstein70
4/5 rDev +9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$$
Nice addition for the Red Rock Resort. This place is located next to the Poker Room where the old BBQ restaurant was located. The space was totally redone, so it does not look directly into the casino area. There is a new outdoor seating area too. The bar is very large and there are TVs on every wall which is great for watching sports.
As with the other Yard House in Las Vegas, it is very roomy and open with a warehouse feel to it but also a bit dark. The only bad thing about the layout is if you enter from inside the casino, you need to walk to the front of the restaurant to get seated. It is also a bit loud overall.
Beerwise they have the usual large number of taps, and a menu that breaks down the beers by style so it is easy to order. There aren't any real rare to find beers here, but for those of us on the east coast that can't get some west coast beers like Firestone and Deschutes it isn't bad. I asked the waitress for the rotating beers, and they only mentioned three, none of which were standouts.
The beers were surprisingly fresh as some of my previous trips to the other Yard House has some old beers being served. The food was decent, as we stuck to sandwiches and appetizers. Service was a bit slow but it was very crowded. The waitress did not seem to really know the beers, as a wrong order was placed that was quickly corrected.
This is great for those of us who stay at the resort, and with LBS Burger restaurant having a few micros on tap, you now have two places to hit for good beer here.
12-01-2010 17:29:36 | More by Gavage
Yard House - Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas, NV
- out of 100 based on 7 ratings.