Food Porn Friday | The Ranch Restaurant and Saloon | Anaheim

Friday, November 14, 2014




You’d be hard pressed to find better bone-in filets and tomahawk steaks than Mastro’s, but I’d say the Ranch in Anaheim is a very close second. 


Heralded as one of the last true American steakhouses here in Orange County, their cuisine’s been lauded for its rustic charm as well as its commitment to sourcing the finest ingredients from local farms and ranches alike. Farm-to-table has never felt so extravagant housed in a huge 53,000 square foot space with over 5 floors of restaurant and event space that you can rent for private events. Not to mention one of the coolest honky-tonk cowboy bars “the Saloon” conveniently located right next door when you’re through with dinner and ready to two-step those calories away!

Having dined at this establishment a handful of times already, I think I’ve got their menu down now and know exactly what I’m craving with every return visit. Let’s dive right in, shall we?


Cowboy Ribeye- 58oz. Bone-in Rib Chop!! 

Insano size (meant for sharing) but soooooo dang delish! 
(pictured above)



Nova Scotia Lobster Salad Cobb Style




Deviled Eggs





Five Onion Soup



House Bread with 7 different flavors and seasonings




Ceviche Trilogy



Freshly Baked Popovers



Colorado Grass-Fed Lamb Chops




Certified Sustainable Chilean Sea Bass




Petite Filet of Beef



1025 E. Ball Rd.
Anaheim, CA 
(714) 817-4200


*Insider’s tip: The ambience is really warm and inviting, think high-end Houston’s concept with vaulted ceilings, exposed timber beams, not too fancy, but casually elevated without the pomp and circumstance of Mastro’s or their Ocean Clubs. It definitely feels like you’re out for a special occasion but still homey enough to allow you to sink right in. Once you’re through with a super satisfying hearty meal, head right next door to the Saloon, like something straight outta Urban Cowboy where live bands play pop and country music while a sea of boot-clad, plaid-rocking, ten-gallon-hat wearing patrons line-dance like there’s no tomorrow. The crowd is festive, the joint so charming, and the cuisine is superb for an unconventional night out on the town when Orange County’s just so damn predictable these days.*

Have you been? What’d you think? Happy Friday!!! 

Bon Appétit mes amis!

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8 comments

  1. Oh this looks like all kinds of delicious! Thanks for sharing!

    Ashley
    Sunday Brunch

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  2. This place looks SOOOO delicious! I love Mastro's so I definitely want to give this place a shot! I know one of my best friends have tried it though and she loved it!

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  3. OH MY GOD! why does this look so amazingly delicious! I am starving right now. This looks like the perfect giggles and date night dinner.

    xo
    Maggie A
    LOVEMAVIN.COM

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  4. Dear god WOMAN. THE FOOD...THE BEEF! That ribeye steak with the bone in, the lamb chops, the ceviche triology! Oh dear...my boyfriend and I would kill to have those dishes in front of us!

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  5. Yummy!
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  6. Oh wow! Every single dish looks absolutely incredible! I'm sooo hungry now...

    Bella Pummarola

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Give it to me...gimme that funk, that sweet, that gushy stuff

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