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Phantom Canyon Brewing Company, Colorado Springs

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  • Bartenders are fast and friendly! The Funky chicken sandwich is great! We really like just hanging out and visiting with friends here.  more »
  • We noticed this brewery driving by and stopped in. Beer was cold and varied. Food was delicious. Service was excellent!  more »
  • Everyone was talking about this place so we wanted to check it out. Food was absolutely terrible. Not even the salad was enjoyable. Beer was ok. Over all won't be back. There are many other places in ...  more »
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  • This is a restaurant first and a brewery second. The feel and ambience is definitely restaurant! The primary seating area is dedicated to dinning. The bar address is not the center focus. However it is large and is decent bar top seating with an old fashioned historic look and feel. Service as friendly, professional and courteous. The beers are average to good. The food Bieber was just at our below average. I ordered the half rotisserie chicken. The best was extraordinarily dry. The sauce over the risotto lines and tasted like they lend a can of Campbell's mushroom soup. Not so tasty at all and had a very commercial taste.
  • Worth visiting in Colorado Springs. Nice selection of in house brews and if you are lucky you can get their cask pumped selection. 2 of 3 times I've been here they were out of it. Had the Oatmeal Stout Cask Ale and it reminded me of the true English pub ales this time. Good place for groups but it can get crowded and noisy.
  • Have only been here while attending events at lunch. Event space is nice and newly remodeled. The food is good. My only complaint was that they insisted on collecting non-cash payments when taking our orders. It seemed as though they then keyed in an order, processed payment, then went to the next order. This resulted in the food trickling out a few meals at a time. I waited over thirty minutes for a simple hamburger which arrived just as the meeting was ending. I missed out on getting to visit after the meeting and it was akward trying to eat while a few people still attempted to talk with me. I barely made it back to my car before the meter expired. I'll either pay cash next time or skip the meal.
  • After reading the reviews, we almost didn't go to the Phantom Canyon. What a mistake that would have been. Our server was awesome.! The beer was awesome.! The food was awesome.!
  • Decent bar food, sub-standard service. Our waiter praised a salad because it had so much avocado. When the salad arrived, it had no avacado; he said he would look into it and never followed up. He asked if I would like a beer (I was away when he took our order). I would have ordered a beer if he had returned before we had our food for twenty minutes (and never asked about the beer). The check was also delayed. Overall, an unpleasant dining experience. Our waiter also messed up the order for the table next to us. The manager provided free desserts to that table. Not sure how bad it has to get to get free dessert, but I don't plan to come to this restaurant again to try.