Located in the Odd Fellow’s Temple historic landmark building, less than ½ a block away from both the majestic Delta Bessborough and the grand Sheraton Cavalier, CUT Casual Steak & Tap is the destination of choice for visitors and residents of Saskatoon. Just as a robust Californian Cabernet Sauvignon pairs beautifully with a perfectly grilled, properly aged slice of AAA Canadian beef, so has the CUT culinary team paired history with contemporary dining. They have taken the old and made it new, taken the comfortable and made it exciting.
The service team is dedicated to making your dining experience pleasurable and memorable. Led by the personable and knowledgeable General Manager Dave MacIntosh, CUT Casual Steak & Tap is quickly becoming a destination for travelers and locals alike. The upstairs of this classy establishment houses the formal dining, while the basement offers the more casual atmosphere of the 1/2 CUT Lounge. There are also two private areas available to host your corporate or social gathering.
Together the service team and the culinary team will offer you a sumptuous dining event…. without breaking the bank. Treat yourself to a CUT experience. You’ve earned it!
(The Odd Fellow’s Temple served as Saskatoon’s first library from 1913 – 1923 and was officially designated a heritage property on April 19th, 1983. For more information on the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, visit www.ioof.org)