The Langley Cactus Club Cafe opened its doors last week. The restaurant seats 289, including 112 on its wrap-around patio.

Langley Cactus Club open for business

Langley location is 24th in western Canada

The newest Cactus Club Cafe location has opened its doors.

The new Fraser Valley location opened for business last Thursday (Aug. 29) at 5 p.m.

It is located at 101 6070 200 St.

“We are excited to open our doors in Langley,” said Richard Jaffray, the president and founder of Cactus Club Restaurants Ltd.

“This location encompasses everything we aim to achieve as leaders of the casual upscale dining industry.”

The Cactus Club menu is designed by executive chef Rob Feenie, one of Canada’s most celebrated chefs and its first Iron Chef America champion.

The menu features local and sustainable ingredients, paying homage to the commitment to the Green Table Network and Ocean Wise programs, of which Cactus Club Cafe is a proud founding member.

The restaurant has seating for 289 guests, including 112 on the wrap-around patio.

It is also home to Cactus Club Cafe’s unique art collection, including original works by Andy Warhol, Graham Gilmore and Poul Henningsen.

The restaurant also employs a staff of 150.

The Langley location is the 24th restaurant, with all of them located in B.C. and Alberta.

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