One of the most popular bars in Colorado Springs offers meals and local brews..
The vintage setting here is beautiful, decked out in retro design elements, ceiling-to- floor picture windows and contemporary accents from local artists. Many local diners adore the fare which includes mussels in lime butter, steaks and "maple glazed" pork tenderloin. House comfort dishes are reliable, satisfying choices. Beer choices include a caramel-flavored, richly hopped Cascade Amber, the exceptional IPA and a much-loved Peated Porter.
Great Microbrews. The Phantom Canyon is a wonderful location for those who enjoy true breweries. They have quite the selection of handcrafted brews on tap and the food isn't all that bad either. The waitstaff is pretty friendly and the atmosphere is great.
Great food!. My DH and I went there for lunch on a friday. We were seated immediately. I ordered this thai chicken dish. It was really good. I can't remember what he had, but he loved it. We were both impressed. The food was comparable to the Cheesecake Factory. Lunch prices were pretty reasonable.
Not recommended at all. aS one of the other reviewers mentioned , a good place to play pool, a bad place for dinner. over battered and overcooked fish and chips for me, and an overcooked steak for my partner, and so-so house beers make this a stop to skip.
Good beer, bad food. The bar and pool hall are the highlight of the restaurant as the food is not. If your looking for a place to dine, go elsewhere, if you want to shoot a few games on the billiards tables, drink a little beer, and have a munchy this is the place
Go for the hand-pulled beers. They usually have a couple, the IPA is excellent. The food is good not great. Billards hall upstairs is excellent for a post dinner game.
BIG BEERS!. I loved the offerings of potent beers such as the IPA and BArley Wine. This is a must for beer lovers. The Barley Wine is seasonal. I had it in January and it was gone when i was back in town in April.
Great Family Restaraurant. Looking for great eats after a day in the beautiful springs? This is the place. We showed up hungry at dinner time with 8 adults and 6 kids ranging from 9 months to 12 yrs old and the service could not have been better. An added bonus for parents - the food was terrific too!
No Accounting For Taste @ Cityscape. I take strong exception to the Citysearch review on the Phantom Canyon. I've patronized the place regularly over the past 5 years and the place has never varied either in the quality and offering of beers (I'm a devotee) as well as the output of the kitchen. Certainly, all establishments have their ups & downs, but to leap to conclusions like Cityscape did is a grave disservice
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