I LOVE this bar. Live music on the weekend (I love to dance).....Karaoke on Sundays & Wednesdays (I love to sing and have fun). This place serves great drinks and the food is awesome too!
I highly recommend the springs for their food. The quality has always been great. The servers are very professional and friendly also. The place very much feels like "Cheers". I also like the music. Sometimes it's classic rock sometimes it's country but its always fun
bar burger basket.
i come here often for a drink and some good food. tried
the burger today and for the price (4.00) you really can't
beat it. fills the tummy tum tum, yummy.
DO NOT APPLY FOR WORK HERE!!!!!!!!.
I am not so much commenting on the restaurant itself, but I am sending a WARNING to all people who may want to apply for a position at this restaurant. If you want to work for the two most unprofessional, unstable, perverted and most of all the owners are DRUNKS!!!!!!! They are disgusting, rude and unless you kiss their asses they will treat you and your family and friends like crap!!!! So unless your a drunk yourself or like to get treated badly,then no dollar amount in the world is worth working for these pigs.......
Oh and if you haven't noticed the turn over at this place....that should tell all!!!!!!!
this is one good place. this is a good bar to be at .. just think the peolpe are good .. randy burt is the best to .. just have fun and some good food to .
Owners are ridiculous and place is dirty.. I took my daughter in law out to see Randy play his music and dance. We were having a great time minding our own business when the owner of the place came up to me and whispered in my ear that I had no class. I couldn't believe it because we were not causing any problems with anybody; we were simply having a good time dancing together. Mind you my daughter in law is also my best-friend. Were close in age so its not a normal mother in law daughter in law relationship. Anyways, before that the bar tender cut us off even know we had a designated driver who had 1 drink in the 7 hours were there(me and my best-friend had 4 each) The owners continually tried to pick fights with me all night. Completely unprofessional and white trash people. Stay away from this place especially if you are any kind of pretty. You will smell the jealousy the second you walk in. I don't get out much but the once a year I do I will not go there. Go to the chopsticks way better seen and Randy is Back!
Great Food, fun place.
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. I would recommend the Cascade Springs for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Great place to have fun. I have been going to Cascade Springs with my friends for over two years now and have yet to have one bad experience. The Columbian’s food review from March’09 and the KPTV/Fox’s 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, I’ll be back!
what a gross place to even drink. I stopped in at this place with 3 of my friends on our way to the airport, thought we could have a couple drinks and something to eat. First we sat in the bar. Big mistake The bartender was some older woman that looked like she had just crawled out of bed. She paid more attention to the guy at the bar that was giving her the time of day that she very obviosly needed. we moved to the dining room, 2nd mistake the bartender was our server there too now not only did we have to put up with her but her drunk husband too. Turns out they own the place. These people have no idea how to run a busness. If she is going to work there she needs to take a shower and put on a bra and he needs to stay home and drink. We will never go there again!!!!
Great variety for a neighborhood Bar.
Whether we feel like a juicy burger or a healthy 1/2 sand and cup of soup for lunch, my husband and I always like to stop at the "Springs." I also know I can spoil my self for dinner and have a great fetticinni while my husband has a steak for dinner, no reservation required. We get a good portion and it is presented well.
We also love to do a little dancing to the wonderful one man band, Randy Burt, always taking requests. My husband likes rock and roll I prefer country and Randy accomodates us both. Call me one of the old crowd that doesn't need a baby sitter and enjoys a few GOOD cocktails. Good friends, good service and good fun.
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