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Daily Dining News: Yard House Reviewed

 

There was a lot of hype surrounding the opening of the new Yard House. And I'm guilty of it as well. Well, how's the food? Greg Lucas takes a look in Sac News & Review.

The beers are big, even the samplers. Some—go figure—can be served in those big vase-shaped “yard” glasses. The front doors have big silver yard-glass handles that look like blunderbusses. On the menu, there’s a big selection of wines and designer martinis. A big list of entrees: Yard House specials, burgers, pizza, seafood, steak. Even a big selection of garden offerings; and a trademarked soy, wheat and so forth meat substitute.

Read his entire review in Sac News & Review.

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U.S. restaurant count continues to fall - U.S. commercial restaurants closed at a faster rate than new openings, creating a two-year pattern of decline, according to the latest restaurant census released Tuesday by The NPD Group. Ron Ruggless in Nation's Restaurant News.

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