Taste of the Four States

Kascade Steakhouse: A Taste of Decadence 

By Savanah Mandeville 

On the west side of Carthage sits a luxurious steakhouse overlooking the sprawling lawns of the city golf course. 

Kascade Steakhouse, 988 S. Country Club Road, came on the scene this July, and with its ornate woodwork, lavish furniture and vintage lounges, it has filled the need for a new fine-dining experience that’s on the decadent side without the decadent price tag. 

The restaurant boasts two dining rooms and two lounges making it an excellent place for large parties and special events, including weddings. 

Kascade Steakhouse is owned and operated by the Sharifi family, the same family that has owned Midway Café in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, for nearly 30 years.   

Rost Sharifi brings decades of experience as a professional chef to Kascade, bringing not only technical know-how but deeply held personal values about what it means to serve exceptional food. 

“Everything is made from scratch,” he said. “I’ve always made everything that way. I believe in putting in the time and effort to create a dish that is not only healthy and delicious, but one you can’t get from just anywhere.”

From the enormous fluffy dinner rolls to the noodles in the homemade chicken noodle soup, everything is made with attention and care. 

Payam Sharifi, co-owner/manager of Kascade, said in addition to specialty steaks, including the filet mignon and ribeye, the homemade lasagna and the broiled citrus salmon have been two extremely popular dinner choices. 

“The salmon, especially, is one of our favorites,” Payam said. “Everyone who tries it raves about it.”

In addition, Rost’s exclusive Mediterranean Plate offers a sampling of several exquisite dishes that are hard to come by if you’re not near the Mediterranean Sea. These feature a cabbage roll, Greek dolmeh, gyro and a Greek salad.


The restaurant has also recently added New York and Chicago-style pizzas to the menu with sauce and crust made with a unique, from-scratch recipe. 

Kascade Steakhouse is more than a nice place to get dinner, though. It is open for breakfast seven days a week and has an impressive brunch buffet on the weekends.

We’re knocking on winter’s door, but hang tight for spring because Kascade Steakhouse’s large deck will be open for business so diners can enjoy a meal with a beautiful view of the golf course’s rolling hills. The Sharifis are also installing a tiered waterfall that will be visible from the deck. 

For your next party or special occasion, or even for just a filling, home-cooked meal, put Kascade Steakhouse on your list. It has a little something for everyone. 

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