The California-based restaurant chain Yard House is looking to expand its East Coast presence, and they’ve chosen Harborplace in Baltimore as their first Maryland location, the Baltimore Business Journal reports.
Yard House founder Steele Platt described the brand’s formula as “a large space, hundreds of beers on tap, good basic food, great music and lighting.” But if he had to pick one thing that made the chain stand out it would be music. (The Yard House website promises “Rock music. In your face.”)
“Basic” doesn’t quite do the menu justice. Sure, it’s built on a foundation of pub fare, but it includes a range of sashimi, jambalaya, and a lamb burger served with caramelized jalapeno shallot relish.
According to BBJ, Yard House will take over the old J. Paul’s Restaurant location at the Light Street Pavilion.
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