I just spent two hours at the Cascade Bar and Grill on a Tuesday night from 10 to 12 pm.
There were about 25 people when I arrived and a few were playing pool, some were at the bar, but the majority were in the kareoke area where they have tables and chairs for those who want to sing or cheer on those who want to give it a go.
Out of 15 kareoke songs I heard, only 4 or 5 had any obvious talent, the others gave it a good try but it was still entertaining. They have numberous monitors so everyone can follow along, and they even have a TV in the mens bathroom showing sporting events.
The bartender, Amber, was very nice to me and did a good job. I tipped her well and she took the time to inquire about me and where I lived. There was another gal who waited on the tables nnamed Marci who was also very nice, took my order and served me with a smile. She took the time to thank me again for the tip I gave her. She gets kudos for that.
Both of the gals that worked there were in a good mood, were very kind and treated me well. They also were very professional at their jobs and took measures to control some of the guys who were starting to get out of hand. I was very impressed.
I will visit Cascase Bar and Grill again and actually am looking forward to it.
When it comes to hearing the blues go the the Cascade, you will hear great music, meet new and old friends and have a great time. The food is also great and a great selection on drinks too. But its hard to eat your food when your up there dancing so much. They also have pool tables too.
Blues most every night LIVE. Dancing on small floor, very good and some very bad dancing on any given night, not for the faint of heart to watch. 2-3 Pool tables. Small cover with live music from the best local blues has to offer. Rundown bar type flavor. The same simple domestic beers on tap as anyother place. Not a brewpub, or a great place to eat. Bar food, roadhouse beer.