Saddle Ranch Chop House - Sunset
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Member Reviews (9)
- Saddle Ranch Chop House - SunsetOct 17, 2013
I came here for the brunch, though there were already people riding the bull at 11am if that tells you anything. Bottomless mimosas are $10 and mostly juice, but we definitely got buzzed after spending about 3 hours there. The food is actually decent: I had a great eggs benedict, and my friend had a good breakfast burrito (portions are HUGE).
Though I enjoyed sitting outside and would probably do it again on a cooler day, there were quite a few pigeons (and some flies) that detracted from our experience. And the owner sent out a free spool of cotton candy on the house (???) which was fun, but....kind of gross? It seems like Saddle Ranch is a whole lot of shtick.
- Saddle Ranch Chop House - SunsetMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 3Jul 05, 2012
I'd never been to a Rodeo bar before, so this was a revelation! It was fine for a quick visit to watch drunken guys and girls take on the bucking bronco. My biggest regret is that I visited a day after Bristol Palin had a bar brawl here. I can't believe that I missed that.
- Saddle Ranch Chop House - SunsetMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersBackpackersFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
This was built for the tourist that go up and down Sunset on the weekends. If you watch reality TV you probably seen people riding the bull here. Food is ok but not the place for a nice quiet night out.