Yard House, an award-winning restaurant featuring American fusion fare, classic rock, and world's largest selection of draft beer, caters to San Diego families and visitors. Its extensive menu of more than 100 items includes a eclectic selection of salads, burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, and steaks. The quality of the food is surprisingly good for a chain whose main selling point is its 150-plus beers on tap.We tried a huge chicken rice bowl loaded with bright, barely cooked pea pods, shiitake mushrooms, celery, broccoli, and baby corn. The fish part of a plate of fish and chips was tender and fresh-tasting, and the fries were crispy-chewy and not greasy. Entrees range in price from about $9 to $28.95. Portions are very large and could easily be split. Kids get a multi-page themed activity booklet to work on while they wait for their food. The children's menu includes a full-size certified Angus burger on a floury potato bun; fish and chips; an all beef hot dog; and chicken strips, all with a choice of fries, fruit, salad, or broccoli and cheese. Made-to-order cheese or pepperoni pizza and buttered egg noodles are also on the menu. All kids' meals come with a Kustom-Kooler (pop or lemonade mixed with a choice of flavors like vanilla, grape, cherry, or orange) in a lidded cup and a whole-fruit frozen strawberry bar for dessert. The sleek restaurants, decorated with corporate-industrial brushed-metal accents, neutral colors, and natural building materials, feature long booths, many televisions, and just enough ambient noise to keep kids' voices from standing out. Service is friendly and kid-savvy. The bathrooms are large and clean but do not have changing tables.