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Cassell’s Grille

Posted: August 10, 2015 at 9:27 pm   /   by   /   comments (8)

5 West Pine St.,
Mt. Holly Springs PA17065
(717) 486-8800
Cassell’s Grille Website

Cassell’s Grille is a completely smoke free establishment, with a full liquor license and multiple dining options. The tavern is equipped with booths and tables as well as a 20 seat bar.  Above the bar are six flat panel t.v.’s always tuned to the games, and a sound system playing your favorite music, creating a casual, relaxed atmosphere.  Equally pleasing is our dining room presenting a quieter more intimate setting.  Al fresco dining is the third option. Our spacious wooden deck will provide outdoor seating, season and weather permitting.  For your convenience, a private parking lot is attached to the property.  Nightly dinner features enhance menu options and Mexican night is every Thursday!

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  • October 11, 2014 at 9:34 pm Andrew Bayer

    Ihad stopped in there one mid afternoon a few people were at the bar .the rest.is laid out nicely ,the bartender was very nice and acomadating .ihad the fr.calamari it was a good size portion.The next time im in the area i’llbe sure to try their dinner.

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  • December 22, 2012 at 9:48 pm David Forrest

    We had a bad experience the moment we walked in the door, and opted not to stay for dinner so we can’t comment on the food. The owner greeted us at the door, about 5:30 on a Saturday evening. The room was nearly empty and he offered “pick a table.” So my wife pointed to a booth and he said, ‘that’s reserved. You can sit here or here,’ pointing to two tables that looked like they’d been picked up at a yard sale. We have no explanation for the attitude that he projected, but we felt like he was saying ‘here’s your seats, take it or leave it.’ So after a few minutes’ deliberation we left. The owner didn’t notice as he was watching TV when we walked by him on the way out.

    We followed up with a phone call right back to the restaurant explaining why we had left and how we felt insulted by the treatment. There was no apology although it was explained to us that a large party was coming any minute to claim all the booths. Which meant that not only were we seated at the yard sale tables but were about to be surrounded by a private party without fair warning or apology. Nice. And instead of offering an apology for the unwarranted attitude, the owner was condescending on the phone. Maybe you have to be a regular customer or a local to get good service there. Fortunately we found a Perkins a few miles south and had a great dining experience there.

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  • March 1, 2011 at 8:55 am Mike

    We have eaten here on several occasions and found the service and the food to be exceptional. The owner himself came to our table to check on things and as we were from out of town using a coupon, he was interested in what brought us there. We will continue to eat here when we are in the area.

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  • November 16, 2010 at 11:10 pm Daniel

    Cassell’s Grille is a nice restaurant in Mt. Holly Springs. Enjoyed dinner and had terrific service this evening for a party of 4. I give it a 5 out of 5. Good food selection and nice environment. Really liked how bar was set up and will be back!

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  • April 4, 2010 at 10:39 pm Zach Adams

    I have eaten there a few times, and have been really happy every time. I had the crab cakes a year or so ago, which was good, and a smashing black and blue burger last time I went. The food is good, the atomosphere is good, and the waitress had really good patience. If there were more places like Cassell’s in Mount Holly, it would do a world of good. Diamond in the rough for sure!

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  • April 1, 2010 at 8:28 am BeWiser

    This review is in response to the review dated March 24th. This person was part of our party and was apparently the only person to think the service was poor. Also, it was her first and, apparently, only visit to Cassell’s. The review is dated the 24th and sounds like the restaurant visit was on the 23rd, but I’m guessing there was a week lag-time for the review to be posted here.

    To qualify the time of the restaurant visit, it was March 17, St. Patrick’s Day (Cassell’s has Guinness on tap and was serving specials such as corned beef and cabbage) and the restaurant was very busy. We did not make things easy on our server or the kitchen by showing up and ordering at different times and also asking for separate checks, which meant roughly 9 checks. Most restaurants would not even entertain this idea with such a large party. Cassell’s accommodated us without a problem. This may be why the checks took a little longer than normal to be processed.

    While we did wait quite some time for our food, again, the restaurant was very busy and we were a large party. When it did arrive, I know my wife and I enjoyed our dinner, and to my knowledge, I heard no other complaints from our table.

    Our server informed us at the outset that she was fairly new to Cassell’s but she handled our party with grace and professionalism. I have been other places where such a situation would have overwhelmed the server, but not this time.

    Given the situation of St. Patrick’s Day, a large party, and separate checks, we really had no complaints that evening. My wife and I have dined at Cassell’s multiple times and have always been happy with the food and the service. The owner is easy to talk to and friendly and truly cares about the service and product he is providing. Even though this person was part of our party, we were not aware that they were so upset about the experience.

    We would recommend Cassell’s Grille. The homemade potato chips are quite tasty, the soups are reliably good, and their selection of sandwiches and salads are very enjoyable. We have not been disappointed yet.

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  • March 24, 2010 at 10:06 pm Restaurant Rater

    I was quite disappointed with my experience at the restaurant last evening.

    We arrived at 7, to a table for 10. The waitress was quick to greet us and get our drink orders. Even though our party arrived at different times, she was quick to greet all of us and get us drinks. It did not take her long to get our order in either, 7:20 would be my guess. Then the difficulty began.

    We waited over an hour for our food. In other cases when I had to wait an unacceptable amount of time for food, which I believe an hour to be, the restaurant offered something for us to munch on, bread or chips or something to at least take our mind off the fact the fact that we had been waiting so long. Cassell’s Grille did not. We did not even receive an apology.

    When the food arrived over an hour later, I was further disappointed. My crab cake sandwich, about which I had heard good things, had little taste. The lettuce was not very fresh, the bread and the crab cake were both cold. It was not worth the $11.95 price on the menu.

    When it was time to pay our checks, again, it took an unacceptable amount of time to get our credit cards and/or change back, I would guess between 15 and 20 minutes.

    I would not recommend Cassell’s Grille.

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    • March 12, 2011 at 10:48 am Stephanie Smith

      I feel the same way. I ate there 1 time and I was so sick that night I ended up in the Hospital.

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