Good food at fair prices. Older place that looks a bit shabby, but superb wait people. Have a steak!
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If you're tired of chain restaurants, tired of lots of noise and lots of crowds, you don't need peanuts, then this is your place. We have fresh salads delicious soup and a very well cooked steak, the green beans were perfect the little bacon on...More
We had intended to go to a different restaurant but it was not open until later. My daughter suggested Cast Iron so we headed that way. We were very pleased with the service and the food. Our party of three all enjoyed their meal and...More
This is our second time here. Both times have been WONDERFUL! We both got the surf and turf. Steaks cooked to perfection, I had the coconut shrimp which was so good! My boyfriend had the beer battered shrimp. He said it was really good. The...More
The filet was well worth the money! The mashed potatoes were scrumptious, and the asparagus was better than any I have ever had! I don't recommend the bacon wrapped shrimp appetizer, they were good, but not worth the $10, and you only get 5.
Everything was wonderful from beginning to end for our family of four. Our steaks were cooked exactly as ordered. The Delmonico cooked medium-rare was so tender, you really didn't even need a knife. The salads were fresh and the homemade dressings were delicious. Our waiter...More
I would definitely go back there. I would call it mid-scale - I would feel equally comfortable wearing shorts/jeans with a nice shirt or sheath dress with low heels, but not a t-shirt. It was quieter than most steakhouses, and the noise was of families...More
We have visited Cast Iron multiple times and each time it's been tasty. The service is attentive, but unobtrusive. The steaks are high quality and well-cooked. I have never had an overcooked steak at Cast Iron which is more than I can say for several...More