Dedham’s Legacy Place will welcome a new tenant next month when the California-based restaurant Yard House makes its New England debut on March 14.
Yard House will offer American fusion dishes with Asian influences for lunch, dinner, and late-night snacks. Ribs and pizzas will be offered alongside California rolls and sashimi on executive chef Carlito Johnson’s menu. The restaurant, which gets its name from the 3-foot-tall glass used to serve beer, also has a selection of 130 beers on tap.
Praised for having the “Best Beer List” by Nation’s Restaurant News and Cheers Magazine, Yard House will allow guests to peek at its keg room in the restaurant. The room houses up to 400 kegs and 1,000 gallons of beer. It takes 5 miles of tubing to transport the beer to the 130 taps at the bar.
“We’re excited to make our New England debut here in Dedham,” Harald Herrmann, partner and CEO of the company, said in a press release. “Our aim is to provide the Dedham community, along with the entire Boston metropolitan area, with a fun, quality dining experience.”
The restaurant, which is decorated with abstract artworks and stainless steel accents of its wood design, aims to cater to a wide range of diners including singles, professionals, families, and sports fans looking for a place to catch the game.
Yard House will celebrate its opening by inviting guests to sample its menu offerings on March 12 and 13. It will open to the public at 11 a.m. on March 14.
The restaurant is located near the Cinema de Lux at Legacy Place, 950 Providence Highway. For more information, visit www.yardhouse.com.
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