Saddle Ranch Chop House
8371 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Saddle Ranch Chop House - Sunset
Parking: Lot, Valet
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Barbecue, American, Steakhouse
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
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Would you believe it if you saw a giant martini filled with cotton candy?! Well it exists here. This is a fun venue for a birthday party around 9-11pm on a weekend night, after that time there's a huge line around the building, lots of dancing and a mechanical bull. A bit too much action for me, but an eventful experience. Visited this place for the for the first time a month ago with my two girl friends. We didn't have to wait long...Our food came out so quickly. Our favorite was definitely the Jalapeno Mac N Cheese. It had many different kinds of cheeses and the jalepenos gave it an unexpected crunch. This was the best mac n cheese I have ever had, and I don't even like jalapenos or gorgonzola, both prominent ingredients. Fun, interesting environment but I think is much better for younger people...
04/01/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Had a great meal for lunch. Everything we ordered was wonderful. This restaurant had the best service I have seen in a long time. The waiters and waitresses were on their toes serving bottomless mimosas. We were greeted by 2 different managers asking if everything was alright. I can see how it may get crazy in there on the weekend nights because I am sure they pack in a crowd. I would have enjoyed watching folks ride the bull. We will definately come back when we are in town again.
08/15/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Been going there for a few years. Great food, like the out door seating at the Sunset location.
Take the kids to the City Walk location when we are at Universal.
They run a lot of Groupons (not just on Groupon either) so if you keep an eye out its possible to get half off fairly frequently.
07/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My friends and I had dinner at Saddle Ranch last night. Wow was the food amazing. The steaks are to die for and are always prepared just right. Our waiter was so friendly and attentive to us. He definately made us feel like part of the Saddle Ranch Family. I love that!
We got one of our friends to even ride the mechanical-bull. What a riot that was. We haven't had that much fun in a while. We will definately be back!!
11/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
It was OK. Not the best place in LA. Not the worst place in LA. It was fun. Kitchy. Our server was sweet and nice. (I think she said she was new?) The decor is fun. I get it. When we were finishing up our dinner was when the ""crowd"" was showing up for the more Bar like nightlife. Definitely not where I would hang out for drinks, seeing as how I'm not in a Frat or a Big Boobed Blonde hoping to go home with someone in a Frat.
But we had a good time. And I liked the food. I think you just got to go in knowing what to expect.
09/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We usually have had good experiences at the Saddle Ranch on Sunset. But for some reason, last night was lacking in the customer service area. We were there around 12:30am and wanted some breakfast that is served ""3:00-close"" according to their menu. As I ordered my breakfast, the server told me that they weren't serving breakfast. I asked why and she said- ""Because we don't, I mean what time is it?"" We replied- ""Not close"". She said- ""I'm sorry, we're just not..."" It took her a while to get back to us and then when she finally did, she forgot her pen. She was just a mess. We ordered dessert, she brought the bill and came back for the bill before we had even signed it and stood behind my boyfriend while he wrote it out and then apoligized and said ""I just want to go home"". We ate and then gave her a $3 tip on a $50 bill and left.
I hope our next visit isn't this disappointing!!
07/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The high energy at the Sunset Blvd location is only outdone by the restaurant?s huge portion sizes. Drinks to dinner options can feed at least two people in most cases. I?ve never had a bad meal here. Their fish and meat always comes out so juicy, and the biscuits are just heavenly light. Plus, I love their specialty drinks, especially the mai tai that really packs a punch-in flavor as well as other categories. The restaurant is designed to look like a Southwestern saloon, completely with a mechanical bull-ride that definitely provides entertainment all night long with its string of victims. The service has always been very friendly and efficient when I?ve gone, even on Saturdays. The place gets pretty crowded on weekends, and lines for tables can get long, but Saddle Ranch?s fun, high-energy atmosphere always makes it worth the wait for me.
04/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Went here a few weeks ago for my dad's birthday. GREAT place. If you're looking for a fun, rowdy good time, go here! The food is really good, but HUGE in portion size. The staff is very nice (at least our waiter was), but my favorite part is the mechanical b*ll, which I rode (barely). It's just a great place to kick back and eat. My only suspicion was the staff's looks...they were all beautiful! Hm...
02/10/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My friend and I were assaulted by saddle ranch staff after being accused of vandalizing. My friend suffered broken ribs, a concusion and muliple head injuries after being slammed into the ground for questioning their allegations. They are shady, violent, aggressive and corrupt. The west hollywood sheriffs are in their pocket as well, don't bother calling them they will not help. If ever attacked there (and there is a good chance you will be) ask for another agency when calling 911!!!
MY ADVICE: NEVER GO TO THIS ESTABLISHMENT. CALL FOR THE PERMENENT CLOSURE OF THIS HORRIBLE PLACE!!
11/24/2007Provided by Citysearch -
The Saddle Ranch on Sunset in West Hollywood might as well advertise as a fraternity party. The patrons are noisy, rude, and annoyingly drunk. Most amusing are the swarmy guys circling like vultures looking for the right girl to pick up. The girls tend to be the only ones on the mecho-bull -- with absolutely no talent for it. And the staff are too busy to be friendly. Outside, the staff will harass you if you attempt to catch a cab -- on the public sidewalk no less. Stop in for the novelty but move on quickly.
10/29/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I ate at Saddle Ranch twice while in Hollywood and I have to say that this place is an oasis in the middle of Hollywood's scene. The staff is so friendly and all have great personalities. What is surprising as well is that the food comes in huge portions and is fantastic! No fuss, good service, a refuge. Highly recommended.