Beer—and Lots of It

Yard House On Tap for Early February

The California chain brings its hefty supply of beer to downtown Seattle.

By Christopher Werner January 25, 2013

Just look for the totem pole. Photo via

Nearly a year after announcing its first foray into Northwest territory, Yard House is scheduled to open on February 10. The Seattle location is the chain's forty third property and at 13,000 square feet takes the concept of a beer hall to gargantuan heights.

Fittingly, the beer list is comprised of 130 taps, each one supplied via the glass-enclosed keg room. Seattle breweries including Pike, Georgetown, and Pyramid will represent about 25 of those taps, according to a release. There's also a food menu that promises more than 100 items. Indecisive types may want to venture elsewhere.

Yard House is located on Fourth Street between Pike and Pine, but just look for the 14-foot totem pole. One is being planted outside "as a beacon to the restaurant’s entrance."

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