Great steaks and the service was excellent. They allowed us to bring in a Dulche de Leche cake and I thought that was very nice. All in all, if you are looking for a fantastic steak option in a cattle town, look no further!
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Came in about a month ago and had the worst food that I've ever had in dodge. My breaded mushrooms tasted like they were fried in old grease. My philly cheesesteak sandwich lacked flavor. I also sampled my boyfriends chicken fried steak and it was...More
Steaks were great, chicken good, too. Real mashed potatoes! Great, quick service. Staff friendly, restaurant décor was visually appealing.
Service was good, food was good. Had grilled chicken breast which can be dry but this was not. atmosphere is nice and quiet, no loud music, can carry on a conversation without yelling at each other. Art on the walls are great to look at.
We couldn’t imagine being in this historical location and not chowing down on a good steak dinner . Did the TripAdvisor search and came up with Casey’s. About a quarter-mile from the touristy storefronts so we walked over to be sure we had plenty of...More
Casey's was able to accommodate our large group of 20 on a short notice. We were placed in a small room so we could enjoy the lunch with family and not interrupt the other guests. The service was good and the food was good. We...More
Saw the for sale sign and only a few cars but went in. Salad was so so with weak ranch dressing. House steak tasted good but a bit tough. Staff was ok.
This place is cute, but the food leaves something to be desired. The salads were limp and a little brown. The Dodge City strip was fattier than strip steaks normally are. I liked the western theme, but I do not agree with previous reviewers who...More
Always good food and a fun, laid back atmosphere. Fine dining, but not high maintenance. Early evenings are good for families while later evenings fun for events, parties or just relaxing with a drink.