As part of Yuma, AZ’s on-going redevelopment of downtown, The Pint House opened up in 2012 to breathe new life into the city’s historical downtown district.
It just so happens to offer motorcycle travelers one of the city’s best destinations for great food and great beer.
Amy Biallas, the owner of Pint House, described her bar and grill as “funky”.
“Our chef has been all over the U.S. and Asia and everything has a little bit of a twist to it.” Biallas was quoted when The Pint House first opened. “We have any where from chicken wings to burgers with fried eggs on it to angel food cake that’s deep fried with peanut butter and jelly, it’s super good.”
The Pint House offers 50+ different beers on tap, with a focus on local brews from around Arizona and Southern California. And food is served all night long until 2:00 AM.
While the downtown area doesn’t specifically offer motorcycle parking, there is still plenty of parking along Main St, where The Pint House is located. During weekends, numerous bikes can be found parked up and down the street while their owners are cooling with a pint of brew inside the air conditioned confines of House.
Sash and I had visited here on a number of occasions, and have always felt a certain vibe of closeness between the employees and customers. The creative interpretations on pub fare, and the emphasis on local craft brews, helped keep our minds open to new flavors and styles, instead of choked on the cookie-cutter corporate chains.
It can get noisy here at night, and quite lively. But depending on how you look at it, it’s still a unique vibe that breaths in and out the essence of downtown Yuma.
The Pint House
265 S. Main St
Yuma, Arizona 85364
Hours: 11:00 am – 2:00 am, 7 days a week
Phone: (928) 782-0499