Stopped in for a first visit on a Sunday night at 530. We were greeted at the door by someone telling us they were closing. Hours on door said 7. You blew it.
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My wife and I visited The LumberYard Pub and were pleasantly surprised. The service and food were excellent! I suggest the fried pickle chips (frickles) and the Russian Reuben. However, it doesn't look like you can go wrong with anything on the menu.
Stopped in for a couple beverages and appetizers. Servers were John and Josh great bartender tag team. Had to try the Frickles (Deep Fried Pickle slices) $ 8.00 came with dipping sauce. you gotta try 'em.
This was a nice place, good outdoor seating at least. Food was good, drinks were pretty tasty, the prices were normal. Desert was a let-down.
My husband and I were here on St. Patty's Day. We were staying at the Alton Inn, but decided to come for some appetizers and beer. The prices are terrific during happy hour! We ate cheese curds ($4.50!) and Pork Burnt Ends ($4.50!) which were...More
I have been in Afton long enough to remember when the building the Lumberyard shares WAS a lumberyard. Must have been early '90's. Anyway The Lumberyard is a good local restaurant with decent beer on tap (a priority for me) and good food. I particularly...More
I have been to the Lumberyard a total of three times now. They have Coach purse bingo the third Thursday of every month, which has now become a tradition for me. Aside from the bingo fun, the Lumberyard has great food. They serve things such...More
Stopped today with a a few friends after hiking. Everyone loved their lunch. The corned beef in the Ruben sandwich was tender and plentiful. The plank fries cooked perfect with just amount portion size. The fish and chips great and ahi tuna also good and...More
Summer and the patio is definitely the best time to visit but they are the ONLY restaurant in Afton that is open for lunch over the winter. Food is above average and the staff really try to fill all demands. My husband asked for breakfast...More