Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. specializes in craft beer and American food. The restaurant's motto is that craft comes first. It puts the same passion into creating each dish as it does each beer that it serves. At Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. guests can enjoy award-winning food and drinks in a casual, relaxed and modern atmosphere.
Begin the meal with a starter like the signature Phantom Canyon beer pretzels, loaded nachos, BBQ pulled pork potato skins or classic wings with choice of buffalo, Cajun dry rub or sweet and tangy BBQ. For the main course, try a burger or sandwich served with choice of fries, steamed vegetables or coleslaw. Entrée dishes at Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. include lemon brown sugar salmon, smoked gouda mac and cheese, smoked chicken pot pie and smoked ribeye. End the meal with a dessert like seasonal bread pudding or cast iron pecan galette.
awful service; server was paying more attention to the game.
This restaurant has a great look and is probably great to hang out and have a couple beers while watching sports or playing pool. The food service however is poor and the food quality is just not good. Can not recommend it and would not return to eat.
Great service - great food. Eleven of us and we loved it. Would definitely go again.
This restaurant was recommended by a friend who previously lived in Colorado Springs. So we were visiting from another state and decided to try it. The Food was disappointing but the service was great. I would not recommend this Resturant to anyone!
Goodfood.. great service .. great beers... all enjoyed with great friends
Server was good but getting the food out to us took a long time.
Great food and environment, the servers were incredible.
Based on other reviews, we tried PCB after a long day on the road. It was a delightful experience in all ways. The skirt/hangar steak was particularly good. The service was even better. The night manager came over to the table to tell us about the historic bar, which we had commented on to the hostess. It was a very personal touch & we appreciated it.
The food and drinks are always good at Phantom. They have interesting items on their menu. Everyone I've taken there has been able to find items that they like. And they have some good stouts.
We had reservations for 10 prior to a concert. The table was set up for us but the service was extremely slow. We waited 25 minutes before we got our beers. We ordered food immediately when they arrived. Then 20 minutes later the waiter came back and told 4 of us they were out of what they ordered. Mind you this was a 6:15. They quickly reordered things they didn't really want. Our food finally arrived about 6:40. We had to rush through dinner and then wait for our checks to process. We got a few to go boxes but some people left their dinners behind because they didn't want to carry food to the concert. The service was inexcusably slow. The restaurant was not that busy on a Monday night. We won't be going back.
Honestly I expected more out of the food. The beer cheese soup was Luke warm and texture seemed like it had too much flour or thickener in it. When I sent it back the manager was there to take it and he rolled his eyes to the server about it. Also, the app with mustard sauce had horseradish in it which was not disclosed to me until after the manager had to go and ask and after I took a bite, I have an allergy to horseradish so luckily i didn't eat anymore. The service was mediocre and my drink was forgotten yet the server was over at the bar having a great time chit chatting with a coworker for an extensive amount of time. It was way over priced. One of my friends made the comment that the light fixtures made the place look like a bridal shower, I have to agree but that didn't really bother me. I was looking for something higher class to celebrate my promotion but was severely let down by the food mostly. I had the bison on rye too and the bread was too soggy inside and it tasted OK but the sweet potatoe tots seemed like they were out of the frozen food aisle. Way let down, i hadn't been to Phantom in a long time and I won't be going back anytime soon.
While the restaurant is a fun place with good energy and service, the food is not the best. The menu is pretty limited which would be fine if things were not over salted so much. I had the pork tenderloin which was grilled and not breaded (a plus), but the entire meal of sautéed spinach, mashed potatoes and the pork was so salty it was painful and I was unable to eat much of it. You would think establishments would realize that anyone can add salt but they can't take it away.
I visit the Springs regularly for business and always make time to stop in at Phantom Canyon. I've been visiting for years and it has remained a consistently good dinner destination. I had the bison patty melt and it was excellent. Phantom Canyon has a great downtown location, a fun, vibrant vibe and is a far far better choice for dinner than any of the many chain restaurants found in town.
We had a group of eight people from out of town. Food and service was excellent, everyone liked their choices from the menu. No complaints. Of course has a sports bar feel so if you are looking for something quiet and romantic this is not the place. If you want good food and some fun it's a great choice.
The food and drinks were all wonderful. Great Moscow mules! The service was excellent too!