The fact that this popular brewery and restaurant sells its own T-shirts at the front entrance is a strong sign that this place is extremely popular. ... More
Phantom Canyon Brewing Company
The fact that this popular brewery and restaurant sells its own T-shirts at the front entrance is a strong sign that this place is extremely popular. The menu is mostly American cuisine with global influences, featuring everything from burgers to fish and chips to baked ziti. The interior is dominated by hardwood flooring and a wall of windows. Outdoor seating, though limited, is very popular during the warm months. Above the dining area is a huge billiards room. The crowds tend to be of the 30-something kind.
We went on a thursday night and they were still very busy. Service was amazing. We got seated quickly, we got our order quickly and the waiter was amazingly attentive. We had the best experience there. The food was very intersting too. I didn't expect such a diverse menu. The night's special was seared sushi grade Tuna. The beer/gouda soup was amazing. It tasted just like bacon. Yum!
Very popular with the young crowd. Good beer, average food. Kind of a typical brewery; big open place with regular tables and high top tables. Usually kind of cold in the place during the winter. Enjoy their beer but find their food just average.
Excellent service, great menu, attention was given to all of the items served. Our only complaint was that we could not sample all of the species, e.g. orange-chilli shrimp on skewers, etcc..
Selection of beers was excellent.
I really enjoy this place. Wonderful food, not what I expected from a brewery, very unique and delicious. Great beer. I can't wait to see what it's like during the evening. We have only been during the afternoon on weekends. Can't wait to go back.
Great food- average entree costs about $15, which I don't think is that pricey for a good meal. The menu offers gourmet combinations for a not so gourmet price. They have dishes that you can try if you want to change up the average, or selections such as pot roast for those who like the classics. They offer free pool in the afternoons upstairs and overall it's a great atmosphere.
My wife and I were introduced to Phantom Canyon when one of her instructors got married there. We decided to make it a stop on the way to Yellowstone National Park. The food (unusual for a brewpub) and beer were both good enough that we also made a stop on our way back so that we could enjoy it again.
Prices are reasonable, food is tasty, and the beer is quite good. The upstairs rooms give you a nice view of the Springs and surrounds.
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