Cascade Springs Restaurant
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Mon-Fri: 9am - 2am, Sat-Sun: 7am - 2am
Accepts Credit Cards
Good for Kids
Yes - Full Bar
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Reviews of Cascade Springs Restaurant
04/27/2011 - This place is pretty bad folks
Hey, just a word to warn, the place is for drinkers only, food is only so-so and the owner hits on your mate,,,,,,,,,,,,,stay away and get good service and good good without anything coming back to hit you. let alone the sideline BS
04/14/2011 - Robert
Always great service and their food is simply the best!
02/07/2011 - annonymous long time customer
it gets pretty bad when the owner goes to another place of business and tells them that they need a cocktail waitress, when theres not enough people to warrant it,and he"s only a customer himself. then he says that those customers can't come back to his place. WHAT? the owner of cascade springs is nothing but a drunk in his own place.they overserve and drink behind there own bar. the owners are their own worst enemies.
09/17/2009 - justin Daniel
It has been awhile since I stopped in to the Cascade Springs to have a bite. Right away I noticed a new menu! I ordered the flat iron steak dinner for $9.95 and Wow was I surprised! I knew the food was good here, but they have outdone themselves with this dinner. The 10-ounce steak was tender, juicy and flavorful. The loaded baked potato was as I expected, not micro-waved! The salad was fresh with zucchini slices, tomato wedges, a few red onion rings, fresh spring mix and iceberg lettuce, tossed into a chilled bowl. The Bernstins Italian dressing was a nice touch.
The dinner roll was warm and served with real creamery butter (or margarine on request). The service was attentive and friendly. People in the lounge were playing adult music on the jute box, having fun and softly laughing. In the last three years, I have never had a bad experience at the Springs Restaurant in Vancouver.
05/07/2009 - Mrs. R
I have been going to Cascade Springs with my friends for over two years now and have yet to have one bad experience. The Columbians food review from March09 and the KPTV/Foxs recommendation as the place to eat in Vancouver are both framed and hanging at the entrance. The food is very good yet reasonable priced, the live music is fantastic and the service is good (although when the house is packed they could use more help). On our last visit I had the New York steak dinner. The steak was cut from the strip by Chef Arron and charbroiled perfectly to medium rare. The fresh, in season vegetables were sautéed in a garlic/olive oil mixture and had a little crunch when eaten. The baked potato was served in the aluminum foil that it was baked in (not microwaved). The beef soup was made from the leftover prime rib from the night before and it was fantastic, and the service left me without a want. $14.95 for the dinner, $3.75 for the wine split of Robert Modvia Cabernet and no cover charge for the music and dancing made this place the best of values. Of course, Ill be back!
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