Yard House Opening In Addison Oct 29

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Yard House, known for its extensive draft beer offering, will open in Addison on October 29. Located at Village on the Parkway, Yard House will bring approximately 200 new jobs to the area along with 130 draft beer selections.

“North Dallas is a great market for Yard House,” said Craig Carlyle, president of Yard House. “We chose Village on the Parkway because of the strong mix of retail, dining and entertainment options. We look forward to introducing Yard House’s distinctive beer and food offerings to Addison.”  


Open daily for lunch, dinner and late night dining, the new Yard House will span nearly 13,000 square feet with seating for more than 300 guests inside and an additional 96 on the large outdoor patio. The open floor plan features a mix of warm woods and cool stainless steel accents, as well as an original collection of abstract art commissioned by California artist Jerome Gastaldi.

The new restaurant will feature 130 beers on tap, each delivered fresh and perfectly chilled by miles of overhead steel and nylon beer lines to the central island bar. The glass-enclosed keg room, which is kept at a constant 34-36 degrees, can house as much as 5,000 gallons of beer at one time. Guests can order their favorite draft beers as a half-yard, traditional pint, shorty or six-pack sampler. The beer list will feature 24 selections from Texas breweries, such as Deep Ellum, Real Ale and Lakewood.

Yard House’s menu features American favorites, each updated with quality ingredients and globally inspired flavors, including salads, grilled burgers, tacos, seafood, steaks and ribs. Signature items include the Spicy Tuna Roll, tuna stacked and layered with cucumber, edamame, avocado and a trio of sauces, as well as (Mac + Cheese)2 with pulled chicken, applewood bacon and wild mushrooms.


A continuous playlist of classic and contemporary rock will fill the restaurant, one of the concept’s trademark elements. A fleet of flatscreen televisions tuned to sporting events will be strategically placed throughout the restaurant and visible from nearly every seat.


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