When cornered without a stake, vampire hunters often invited the attacking vampire out for steak, then engaged in flirtatious discourse with them until the sun came up. Experience the distracting deliciousness of a perfectly prepared cut of meat with today’s Groupon. For $15, you get $30 worth of casual steakhouse fare and drinks at Saddle Ranch Chop House. This Groupon is good for both its Scottsdale and Glendale locations. As an added bonus, everyone in your group (up to six people) will get a complimentary ride on the ranch's notorious mechanical bull.
Offering breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, Saddle Ranch’s menu of succulent steaks—such as the New York strip ($28.99) with a demi-glaze, Jack Daniel’s sauce, or herb-garlic butter—are, of course, the big draw. But its specialties extend far beyond that to include barbecue baby-back ribs ($21.99), seasoned sweet and spicy black-tiger shrimp ($18.99), and fresh Atlantic salmon garnished with fresh lemon and garlic-herb butter ($19.99). Lighter appetites, meanwhile, can tuck into sandwiches like the Jack Daniel’s sloppy joe ($10.99) or a south-of-the-border Hacienda Salad ($12.99). Top off a gut-busting repast with the deep-dish cobbler ($8.99) before riding Saddle Ranch's mechanical bull into a credits-rolling sunset.
Built with owner Larry Pollack’s concept of “rock meets Western” in mind, Saddle Ranch Chop House provides patrons with a destination spot that prepares delectable fare and doubles as an energetic nocturnal hotspot with rockin’ tunes and a rustic, wood-lined Western-roadhouse atmosphere that features massive drinks, a breezy outdoor patio, a VIP loft, an outdoor stone fire pit for s'mores, and steady-handed buckaroo bartenders who call everyone “pardner.” Treat all your cowboys, cowbuddies, and Burton Gilliam to a night of feastin' and fun with today's Groupon to Saddle Ranch Chop House.
- I love Saddle Ranch for the fun atmosphere. I really like the food and the people who work here are so much fun! – valerie m, Yelp
- Although both our pride and our rear ends were bruised, it was still major fun. – Phoenix New Times
- The bull-riding spectacle feels more like a fun chance to let your hair down than a macho contest or a meat market, despite the occasional split pants or peekaboo... – Keridwen Cornelius, azcentral.com