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Yard House
11701 Lake Victoria Gardens , Palm Beach Gardens , FL 33410
(561) 691-6901 | yardhouse.com
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Type of Food Served: American | Price: $$$

The Yard House is an upscale-casual eatery known for its extensive menu, classic rock music, and world's largest selection of draft beer. From classic lagers to more obscure ales and stouts there's a draft beer flavor for everyone. Each Yard House location features a transparent keg room containing more than 600 barrels, some 1,000 gallons of beer, and an endless fleet of tap handles - 100 to 250 - depending on the location. The menu of American cuisine includes an impressive selection of appetizers, salads, pastas, sandwiches, individual-size pizzas, seafood, steaks, ribs and chops. Late-night dining is available, and each restaurant can accommodate groups for large parties. For pint-size guests the kid's klub includes a 12 page activity book, fresh to order menu items and a kustom kooler. The Yard House plays classic rock and roll on its state of the art sound system while an abundance of flat screens showcase the day's sports and special events

Open for Lunch on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Open for Dinner on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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Reviewed by Mike    July 03, 2011

Great Place for a Few Drinks..

Great Place for having a few drinks with friends. Service is excellent and food is very good. The only problem is that the restaurant gets very loud and is not somewhere that is good for children later into the evening. Overall, I would go back again and would recommend this restaurant to others.

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On March 20, 1959, John D. MacArthur, multimillionaire insurance magnate and landowner, announced plans to develop approximately 4,000 acres and provide homes for 55,000 people in a new community. The land would be developed under his careful supervision. Mr. MacArthur's chosen name for the City was Palm BeachCity. However, permission to use that name was denied, so MacArthur, in keeping with his "garden city" plan, decided to call the City Palm Beach Gardens. He wanted this new City to be a place to raise a family and earn a living - to realize the American dream. With this in mind, he set to work carving the City of Palm Beach Gardens from empty miles of dairy cattle grazing land.

       Mr. MacArthur envisioned the City streets lined with trees and flowers. Millions of dollars were wisely invested by MacArthur to create a Florida community with hundreds of waterways, rolling terrain, magnificent mature pine and shade trees, and rich foliage. Because Mr. MacArthur was a lover of trees and Mother Nature, he instructed that City streets and construction go around trees that had been growing there for many years.  Click here for the history of the Banyan trees.  This made for an expensive proposition but he wanted to build a City that was entirely new and unblemished. Churches were the first buildings to be built in the City. He wanted to ensure that the City had a variety of houses of worship to serve residents of all faiths.

By 1964, Mr. MacArthur was satisfied with the industry and recreation in Palm Beach Gardens. He heard that the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) was looking for a new site for their home offices and golf courses. MacArthur donated more than $2,000,000 to the project. In March 1965, the clubhouse was completed and the PGA moved in. Several PGA tournaments, including the Seniors and the World Cup, were hosted by the City in 1971, but the relationship would not last. In 1972, the PGA moved from the property that would become the J.D.M. Country Club and today is known as BallenIsles.

       The City of Palm Beach Gardens has grown steadily during its forty years in existence. In 1999, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation sold approximately 14,000 acres of land including approximately 5,000 acres in the City of Palm Beach Gardens. The City Council, entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring quality development, was able to reach an agreement with the purchasers to manage this new growth. Through the cooperation of the parties involved, the reputation and beauty of the City of Palm Beach Gardens will be preserved and enhanced by keeping in mind the "garden city" philosophy of its founder John D. MacArthur. The City of Palm Beach Gardens remains a premiere community in which to live and work, and will for future generations. As our city slogan suggests, we are "Growing Together in the Gardens".   Take a historic Map Tour

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The City of Palm Beach Gardens renovated the old Westminster Presbyterian Church on Military Trail. It has been transformed into an extension of the Burns Road Community Center Complex. This new facility, named ‘Lakeside’ provides additional space for new and existing recreational programs that primarily include wellness classes and programs for ‘seasoned adults’. 

Lakeside Center is also home to our permanent and growing exhibition of the City’s history. During its history, newspaper clippings, photographs, maps and awards have been archived by City volunteers and members of the Palm Beach Gardens Woman’s Club. Scrapbooks, framed photographs and a showcase of documents, awards and other noteworthy accolades are on display throughout the building. 

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