Front Yard executive chef Chris Turano says he’s “a kid in a candy store” when it comes to sourcing fresh ingredients.
A sip for all
The bar serves a balanced mix of cocktails, craft beers and California wines.
New to the neighborhood
The Front Yard is the Garland Hotel’s latest bid to reach out to locals.
The Albacore Tuna Taco ($5) is on the list of small bites.
Fig and Prosciutto flatbread ($14) combines mission figs, shaved fennel, rucola and white sauce.
The great outdoors
Outside the Front Yard is an expansive patio.
The Cranky J ($14) combines Nolet’s gin, St. Germain, hand-pressed lemon juice, sage and Champagne.
Entrees include Linguine with Dungeness Crab, fava bean, aji amarillo and lemon ($14).
Fit for a family
Dishes such as Sliced Dry Aged Angus Ribeye ($56)—served with chimicurri, shishito peppers, fingerlings and miatake mushrooms—are “made for many,” the menu says.