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Match opens in Langley

Match Eatery and Public House is open for business in the newly renovated Cascades Casino. - submitted photo
Match Eatery and Public House is open for business in the newly renovated Cascades Casino.
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Breaded chicken breast marinated in buttermilk and hot sauce stuffed between two Belgian waffles topped with maple bourbon aioli? Yum! And yes, please!

How about deep fried Oreo cookies?

These are some of the fun and delicious menu items offered at Langley’s newest pub, Match Eatery and Public House located at Cascades Casino in Langley City.

Match Eatery offers classic pub food, a heated (and cooled) patio atmosphere offering comfortable booths and fireplace.

In fact, this open air patio is quickly gaining a reputation as the best patio in town.

Catch sports on the TVs and live music on the weekends.

“This is our third location (to open) and our flagship for this brand,” said Tony Santo, CEO of Gateway Casinos and Entertainment.

There are Match locations in New Westminster, Squamish and Vernon as well.

At this locatio n, kids are welcome too, said Santo.

There is a kids’ menu and family brunch on the weekend.

“It will be the place to go for date night dining, weekend dancing and family brunch on the weekend or to enjoy the big game.”

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