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1/31/20 – The Yard has officially claimed their spot at Wolf Crossing with a picture. The location is in the large building at the back of the center, facing Willie’s and Olive Garden.
The Opening is planned for Spring 2020.
Here’s the image, courtesy The Yard. Tap for a larger view…
1/11/20 – We have spoken to the folks at the Austin location and they tell us The Yard Milkshake Bar is “for sure” Coming to Georgetown. We were not able to get a time frame, yet.
10/21/19 – According to the Developers Brochure we are getting something new and delicious at Wolf Crossing.
It’s called The Yard Milkshake Bar.
Here’s a description we found for you – “Milkshake” is in their name for a good reason—they have the best shakes in the state, hands down. Every shake is a rich, filling work of art that could easily be a meal itself.
“Each of their specialty shakes is handcrafted and served in a souvenir mason jar. Or, you can build your own shake to get the perfect combination of ice-cream and add-ins.”
And – “The Yard Milkshake Bar, of course, specializes in Milkshakes! But we also have amazing flavors of ice cream available in bowls and cones, specialty sundaes, floats, and specialty cones. The Yard also has 9 flavors of edible cookie dough. This is a one-stop shop for some amazing desserts.”
The Yard will be located in the building toward the back of the center, facing the IH-35 Service Road.
We don’t have the opening info, yet. We will keep you posted.
If you’d like a preview there’s one at the Domain.
3400 Esperanza Xing
Austin, Texas 78758
Open – 12pm-10pm
Here’s some info on allergens – “Everything made in our facility has the chance of coming in contact with peanuts, milk and gluten. We do have certain items that do not contain milk and gluten and those are marked on our menu. We suggest that anyone with a deadly allergy to peanuts, milk or gluten not to eat any of our desserts. We do have the right to refuse to make anyone with a deadly allergy a dessert because of the possibility of cross-contamination.”