Cascone's Italian Restaurant
3737 N Oak Trfy, Kansas City, MO 64116
Phone: (816) 454-8041
Cuisines: Mediterranean, Caterers, Italian, European, Continental
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Specialties: Banquets, Rehearsal Dinners
Price Range : Average
08/11/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Ill tell ya in 1975 this place was awesome,What a treat it was .You were served a tripple relish tray with REAL italian bread upon the sit down.The place was all a buzz on the weekends .Music in the cozy bar. It felt more italian than it does now without being a bit pretenious.I believe it was more about the food then.Back then they had a rainbow trout pan seared ...my favorite.Other than that I got the cheatau briand,they sliced it at your table.You could call a week in advance and order a seafood feast.Ok but enough about the past.Now when I go there it seems like the food is not cooked from scratch like it was.The menu is all different.It jsut seems mediocre now but it is still good.The place seem to have gone a little generic more like an olive garden too bad.I challenge the cooks there to get out some of the 30 yr old menus and try to duplicate some of the old best sellers ..nothing remains the same .
We can go there for lunch or dinner and have a good deal! There food is "GREAT" and the service is even better. Whether you are a couple of two or a party of 20 the service is superb. I would recomend it to anyone ! If you haven't been there you should go !!!!!!!!
06/06/2005Provided by Citysearch -
Cascone's is the one restaurant I miss the most since I left Kansas City. They make this dish that is angel hair pasta, peas, and a combo alfredo & tomato sauce. It is to die for!!!!!!!!! All of their dishes are good tho, they have been in business a long time and believe me there is a reason for it.... They know what they are doing! If you go anywhere to eat go here!!!!
07/02/2003Provided by Citysearch -
How can an Italian Ristorante be considered good when it can't even prepare a good tomato sauce. Sure it may have the best veal pamesan, but if the meat sauce is a cheap maranara with a meatball thrown on top, it is not a good restaurant!
--a good sauce takes time and finesse.