Cattlemens Steakhouse - Santa Rosa
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Cattlemens Restaurants is a casual, western-themed steakhouse chain. Founded in 1968 by a father-son team with decades of experience in the cattle business, more than 10 locations now serve customers in California and Arizona. Still family-owned and operated, each location follows the Cattlemens Code, offering the feel and flavor of the old west, aged and hand-cut beef, the finest ingredients and old-fashioned Western hospitality. The restaurant is well known for serving generous portions and all-natural Harris Ranch beef. Its menu includes a variety of starter dishes, aged prime rib, porterhouse and T-bone steaks, beef and rib combos, filet mignon, rib eye steaks, sirloins, seafood and chicken and desserts. Cattlemens Restaurants maintains a location in Santa Rosa, Calif.
- Home Of The Famous 2 LB. Porterhouse
- Specializing in Sizzling Prime Rib
- Always the best Seafood & Poultry
- Ask About Nightly Specials & Young Wranglers Menu for Kids
- Also, large and fantastic spaces available for your special occasion including Banquets, Rehearsal Dinners, Receptions Facilities & Holiday Gatherings
- Day Banquets Available Upon Request. See Banquet Services.
Petaluma Management General Manager - AJ Bray Kitchen Manager - Ralph Hux Banquet Manager - Kristen Wherry - (707) 292-9752 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Santa Rosa Management General Manager - Danny Kimpton Assistant Manager - Jeff Feldman Kitchen Manager - David Rojas Marketing & Event Manager - Kristen Wherry - (707) 396-0373 E-Mail: email@example.com
Petaluma Hours: Mon - Fri 5pm - 10pm, Sat - Sun 4pm - 10 pm
Santa Rosa Hours: Mon - Thu 5pm - 10pm, Fri - Sun 4pm - 10pm
- Extra Phones:
Petaluma: (707) 762-2138
Santa Rosa : (707) 523-1405
- Banquet Rooms
- Payment method:
- all major credit cards
Directions to Petaluma Location: North or South 101: Take Penngrove exit. Go west 300 yards. Turn left at 76 Station.
Directions To Santa Rosa Location: From the North or South: On Highway 101, take the Sonoma-Sebastopol Highway 12 Exit. Stay with the Sonoma side. The highway will meet Farmers Lane. Turn Left. About ¾ of a mile, turn right on Midway. Cattlemens w
- Parking: Cattlemens has a well-lighted lot and has handicap access. Bus access and parking also available.
- Accomodations Cattlemens banquet area: Barn room - 20' x 60' Corral Room - 20' x 25'
- Seating Layout and Capacity: Banquet: 120 Receptions: 150 Theater: 150 U-Shaped: 75 Classroom: 75
- Parking: Cattlemens has a well-lighted lot that accommodates 250 automobiles and has handicap access. Bus access and parking also available.
- Accomodations Cattlemens banquet area: Barn room - 60' x 30' Corral Room - 20' x 30'
- Seating Layout and Capacity: Banquet: 200 Receptions: 250 Theater: 175 U-Shaped: 90 Classroom: 120
Special Services: A lectern with microphone, a TV/VCR and overhead screen can be arranged and rented with notice. Party supplies also available with advance notice.
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- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
Posted: 7/14/2010Provided by Citysearch -
you know you want A steak , but wait .... remember spending $80 at cattlemens last time and how rude the hostess was ? remember how the wait staff did not care about you at all? remember how you wished you were somewhere else ? well you want a steak just go somewhere that care's.....but not cattlemens
Posted: 5/15/2006Provided by Citysearch -
when i was little me aqnd my little brother would beg for our parernts to take us to cattlemen's. we'd be sitting waiting to be seated and we'd star at the crazy animals on the walls while drinking our cherly temples. we always were treated with the best customer service. its one of my favorite childhood memories!
Posted: 7/26/2005Provided by Citysearch -
9/16/05 Went back to see if any improvement has been made. Ordered the filet mignon, $28, chopper, $14, and the tumbleweed onions, $5. The meats were ordered medium. The one pound chopper of ground beef was cooked perfectly and is still great with the bacon, cheese, and mushrooms. After a 30 minute wait the filet came very rare. This is just not acceptable for a place that is known for its steaks. It got sent back and 20 minutes later a charred hunk of meat was presented. It got sent back as well. After another 25 minutes later the manager presented a new filet which looked like a New York strip. The fact it took them so long to take corrective action and on top of it the wrong steak was presented was cause for the manager to comp the whole meal, but he only offered to comp the steak. Again I highly suggest you avoid all meats except the chopper. If you are looking for a great steak, see my review of Langley's in Windsor. I must admit that I love their western atmosphere with all the wood carved cowboys and wooden decor. I will keep coming here just for that and the beans. Them beans are yummy.
7/26/05 It was nearly 9 years ago that I ate here last. The steaks were not impressive. I stayed away from the steaks this time around and got the Chopper, a $14 pound of ground sirlion topped with bacon and cheese. It came with all-u-can-eat salad, sourdough bread, and beans. The salad had loads of cucumbers, grape tomatoes, and red onions. The beans were great and a little spicy and the bread was awesome. The meats are advertised from the Harris Ranch. Tumbleweed onions and shrimp wrapped with bacon (served with a very spicy lime chutney dip) appetizers were an excellent value and both were quite tasty. The decor was like you stepped back into the 70s and now that is becoming rather chic. Considering the value and the quality of food - the prices are fair. Expect to exit spending at least $27-35 a person if you opt for steaks.