Yard House, a restaurant and bar featuring more than two miles of beer lines and more than 100 made-from-scratch menu items, is opening in Troy on Monday, Dec. 17.
“We’re so happy to be opening a Yard House in this wonderful city,” says Nathan Scheffler, general manager of the Troy location. “We learned early in our planning process that Troy is a great place with long-term growth potential.”
Located at 950 W. Big Beaver Road, the 11,000-square-foot restaurant will be able to accommodate more than 370 guests and will create 150 jobs. The bar will feature 110 taps and offer locally made beers, as well as a rotating selection of hard-to-find limited and seasonal varieties. Yard House will keep 3,000 gallons of beer at 36-38 degrees in its glass-enclosed keg room.
Menu items will include Poke nachos, Nashville hot chicken, Parmesan crusted pork loin, and ginger crusted salmon. There also will be gluten-sensitive, vegan, and vegetarian options.
The restaurant will be open 11 a.m.-1 a.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Friday-Saturday.
Yard House plans to donate proceeds from its friends and family training events to Forgotten Harvest Food Bank in Oak Park. Guests can get involved through Round it Up America, which donates the change when a guest chooses to round up their bill at Yard House.
The funds will be donated to Feeding America, Special Olympics, and American Red Cross. Once the restaurant is open, it will participate in Yard House’s Harvest program, which sends unserved food to local food banks.