Located on an industrial stretch of Southeast Anaheim, The Ranch is your one-stop shop for big-group dinners and mild debauchery in Anaheim. On one side of the massive complex is the restaurant, which is a typical upscale steakhouse with big plates of meat, well-made martinis, and long tables filled with coworkers in town for a convention. On the other side, however, is the saloon, where things get wild in a hurry. Expect competitive line dancing, live country music, and people in their 60s ripping shots because they still can.
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Thuyen Vien Vegetarian Cuisine
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Cortina’s is a long-standing Italian deli and market in Anaheim with fantastic cold-cut sandwiches and pizza.
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