My wife and I stayed at the Stanley for the weekend, and wanted to try this restaurant because it was convenient with good reviews on TripAdvisor; however, after looking at the menu selections, dinner would have been very expensive ($40 - $60 per person). Therefore, we opted to have breakfast at Cascades.
Our waiter was friendly and attentive. Unfortunately, even breakfast was a little expensive. My wife wanted a 1/2 of grapefruit, which cost $5. A side a bacon (five little pieces) was $5 as well. Coffee was $4.00 per person with unlimited refills. I guess Starbucks has some competition. I had the Denver Omelet (with hash browns and toast) and it was very good, but I'm not sure it was worth $13. Overall, no complaints about the food or service, but like most restaurants inside hotels, the prices will be higher. One last thing, Cascades is not a big restaurant; therefore, reservations is highly recommended.
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