Upon entering the restaurant we were immediately greeted and shown to a booth.  We arrived fairly early so the crowd was still light for a Saturday night.  The restaurant although dated was very clean and homey. The décor is dated with its dark wood, steer horns on the walls and dim lighting.

After being seated we were greeted by our server Cindy.  She was friendly, very knowledgeable with the menu and gave suggestions as to what she would recommend based on our hunger level.  Being with my husband and son who are both hearty eaters they opted for the 16oz T-bone steak called the Cow Girl, $16.99.  Let me just say, there is nothing girly about this steak, which was cut in house to a 1 ½ inch thickness, seasoned and grilled to your doneness level. For the heartier appetite, the Cowboy meal has a 32oz Porterhouse, $26.99, seasoned and grilled the same way.  Any meal option you choose, the meals all come with warm bread, applesauce and two-sides of your choice.

If you are looking for a great steak and don’t want to fight the crowds, the Cattle Ranch is definitely worth the drive.  If you'd like to check out their menu click here
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