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Ratings: 8 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
3.7/5 rDev -6.8%
For a chain bar/restaurant I was pleasantly surprised. I think it had 130 beers on tap so you may have a hard time narrowing down what to drink so you may want to order a sampler which consists of 6 different small glasses of beer until you find what you like.
I never seem to be able to try as many beers as I would like as I would have been able to do in my youth. The food is good & the portion size was big enough on the dishes I ordered to soak up all the great beer. Because the bar is so big it sometimes takes a little too long in between beers for my liking.
10-06-2013 05:38:46 | More by ghostdog
4.13/5 rDev +4%
stopped into this place for late lunch whilst checking out the new shopping center with my family - 133(!!) taps - atmosphere is good in this chain restaurant with restrained decor, a choice of comfortable large booth seating, high stool pub tables or seating around the racetrack style bar - it's kind of a crossover sports bar/restaurant with a families welcome vibe - there are 2 large rooms with viewing windows to check out the many tapped kegs with lines running up to the ceiling and through the overhead ductwork to the bar - the menu lists the beers from 'most complex' to least -funny, but out of 133 taps, there were only about 8 or so that had my interest - I had a Piraat, which our server deemed an 'excellent choice' followed by a Firestone Walker Union jack ipa - with a little more time and money I would have had an Old Rasputin - food was good all-around and service was fairly quick and pleasant - occasionally there were groups of people cheering loudly at the various football games on the various big screens, but it was ok - the bill came out to around $100 for the 4 of us - and we were all full and satisfied - beers were $8 - it doesn't seem like the tap list sees much change, except maybe for seasonal brews - I'd go back for more.
12-14-2011 00:51:38 | More by JoeBloe
4.3/5 rDev +8.3%
Instantly at the top of the good beer place list in lower Westchester county and just a short ride north of the Bronx. NYS thruway a mile or so to the west and the Bronx River pkwy just a stones throw to the east. Located in the new mall, the place is large, open floor plan, oval bar in the middle with over 100(!) mostly quality taps. Very comfortable feel, staff is super friendly, food is higher end in a non stuffy way. Loads of large screens to take in the action. Really hard to find much not to like here.
Works for beer geeks looking for the latest offering from Kelso, Stone, Captain Larry, Ballast Point and the rest, for the generous happy hour food and drink deals, for a lunch date, with the guys to watch the game,with the kids for a fun meal, with the parents, for a gathering. Go, I think you will like it
05-13-2012 15:09:01 | More by Billolick
4.5/5 rDev +13.4%
this yardhouse just opened in yonkers on the new ridge center. Im assuming the layouts are the same since this is kind of a chain bar/rest. but I still really enjoyed the open space in the middle of the place that the bar was given. Its massive.
If you want to try something new or just have access to something weird then this is the place. . I did find it nice that the waiters are actually required to know something about each of the beers. They can normally give you a good opinion of something you will like. you must take a trip to the bathrooms so you can walk by the window's letting you see the massive tap room. Very COOL!
This place is a come for the beer...Have some food...Then stay for the beer....They do get VERY packed on prime evenings to make a reservations. This location DOES have a Valet, so parking isnt really an issue. If brian is working behind the bar make sure to strike up a conversation with him...A really cool guy with alot of knowledge and patience for the more inexperienced beer drinkers.
11-18-2011 17:59:29 | More by cosmo4u
4.9/5 rDev +23.4%
The new Yard House in Ridge Hill is a great place for anyone that loves some great beer's on tap. Always having specialty and season beers, bottled or on tap. The beer list is extensive and has something for everyone. A Yard House favorite of mine is the Young's Double Chocolate Stout mixed with Lindeman's Framboise. A fantastic dessert beer. The wait staff is very helpful, and knowledgeable about the beer offered, not to mention friendly, and easy on the eyes... Happy hour with half priced pizza and cheaper glasses, makes for one helluva good afternoon!
10-04-2012 18:04:05 | More by flyboy14295
Yard House in Yonkers, NY
- out of 100 based on 8 ratings.