Great atmosphere and food was decent. My drink was also excellent and not watered down like most places do these days. Service and price were awesome too.
GooglePlace - August 2017
Very different vibe in this Cactus club. Less touristy than the one in Coal Harbour, and less pedestrian than the one on Broadway. More modern in decor and dimmer (but in a good way). Same food which is pretty consistent throughout the chain. Standout for me is the chicken lettuce wrap which is almost a meal in itself. Was disappointed with the calamari though - a bit soggy and chewy.
GooglePlace - July 2017
Went here for Happy Hour, the drink specials are excellent. I though the food specials on the other hand were a little small for the price. My advice is to order a proper meal. The food on the main menu is very good but also slightly pricey but it is Yaletown after all. They have a great patio that is very lively and has heaters and a big panel of glass around the area to keep it nice and warm at night.
GooglePlace - June 2017
Very LGBT friendly. Good Sunday specials.
Foursquare - June 2017
My Aunt, my Mom and myself came up to Vancouver last week for a girls trip with one for-sure thing on our itinerary being every night of our stay would be spent at Happy Hour at the Cactus Club for the best Peach Bellinis and dry ribs. My Aunt became a loyal customer after enjoying the combination during the several years she lived in Vancouver. The first evening, the staff at the Davie location sat us at a corner table out on the patio without hesitation and with a smile. Great start to an enjoyable evening of conversation and people watching. Our second evening we asked if we could please sit at that same table again. The hostess Allison absolutely would not let us sit at the same table as the night before because she said it sits eight (it was set for seven) and that we "were only three". We told her the staff sat us there the night before with no problem. Allison's response was short and clipped, her tone and demeanor no longer inviting. Allison then also let us know she would be changing the policy so that only large parties could sit at that particular table. After this exchange, Allison then tucked us in a corner table set for six. In the hour or so we were there, the other table remained empty. Despite our brief and chilly interaction with Allison, which somewhat dampened our evening at Cactus Club, the food, drinks and wait staff were still fantastic. The next couple of nights were still spent at a Cactus Club, they just weren't at the Davie location.
GooglePlace - May 2017