Tempe >Food & Dining > Casey Moore's Oyster House
850 S Ash Ave, Tempe, AZ | Directions 8528133.420572 -111.942444
Mon. - Sun. 11am - 2am
WE LOVE CASEY MOORES!! – WE'RE OLDER... SO NOT ONLY KIDS LOVE IT HERE. MY HUSBAND AND I WORK FOR SOUTHWEST AIRLINES AND GET IN REALLY LATE, THERE IS NO WHERE GREAT TO EAT! WE'RE SO HAPPY WE FOUND CASEY'S WHERE CAN YOU GET TERRIFFIC FOOD AT 11:30 P.M. ESCARGOT TO DIE FOR! TRY THEM AND EXPECIALLY THE TERAMISU..HUGE TO SPLIT! FUNKY FUN PLACE! GREAT HAPPY HR. IF YOUR NOT A NIGHT OWL!
great food – I think this food was great and enjoyed the decor. We will be back.
This once proud institution has become a total dump with no management oversight !!! – This once proud institution has become a total dump with no management oversight. The employees need to put down the bong and get to work. The poor service and attitude has become so bad that after 20 years as a customer, i will no longer step foot in the place.
Employee's yell at patron to "go back to Mexico" – Don't go someplace that would support rac-ist employees. This is all I had to hear to never want to go to Casey Moore's again. Besides, the service was terrible and the mushroom cloud of cigarette smoke that engulfed this place is ridiculous.
User review by tbs1021 – Everything here was great. What a cool place to come and just hang out. Its also great to people watch from here. The only gripe I had was our server brought me another beer when I said I did not want anymore and we could not flag her down to have her take it back. Not a huge deal considering what a neat place it is! Get there early to get a good seat, this place fills up fast!
Great Place – Always a good time here, Good brew on tap, Excellent food, frendly service. Outdoor dining and bars are nice plenty of room. I wish, I could live around the corner. I like that it is kind of out of the way. Needs better parking overall/ motorcycle parking in close would be greatly appreciated. Crowd is a good mix young and old.
A friendly, home-like establishment with good drinks and good food. – In Short
Turn-of-the-century Irish immigrant Casey Moore left a legacy of resonating good spirits and friendly surroundings. The red-brick house is flanked and fronted by outdoor sitting space, and the interior, though small, still has the warmth and detail of a home. Restaurant tables are scattered through several rooms. Oysters are almost an obligatory afterthought on a menu that spans salads, sandwiches, seafood, beef and chicken. Many college kids come here just for drinks.
go there! – this is place is kickin'! there are always some laid back girls to meet and the staff is amazing! make sure to ask gavin for a drink--he's the best! good ol' irish fun and the best beers on tap. i wouldn't go anywhere else. besides, the food is just what you need after a long hot day in the arizona heat. it is close to campus and there's a smarter, somewhat more "real" crowd that goes here. see ya there!
Not recommended – We went, based on the recommendations on this site. The food was not everything it was supposed to be. The Oysters Rockefeller fell flat, the "drawn butter" tasted like vegetable oil, and I am almost certain that isn't really butter on the "garlic" bread (not much garlic flavor). The steamers were good, but the French onion soup tasted like it came out of a can, and there were more potatoes than clams in the clam chowder.
Best Hamburger – This place has the best hamburger in Phoenix, hands down. Awesome flavor and tasty toppings. Great atmosphere, great food and drink, great people.
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