Unlike cinematic love scenes, cuisine can be enjoyed in the company of parents without embarrassment. Dodge future moments of uneasiness with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of breakfast and lunch fare at The Ranch House Cafe, located on 23rd Street between 8th and 9th Avenue in Canyon.
The Ranch House Cafe is tucked behind a cheery yellow exterior, ready and willing to keep belly hovels well furnished with a diverse menu of hearty, home-style fare. The chicken-fajita salad, a homemade tortilla bowl filled with seasoned chicken breast, lettuce, tomato, onion, jalapeños, and cheese topped with sour cream and fresh guacamole, creates an integrated coop of veggie-poultry harmony ($8). The Ranch House steak burger, 100% Angus beef dressed with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, mustard or mayo, served with chips, permanently stamps the tongue with a delicious hoof print ($5 single, $7 double). Stay slim enough to limbo sideways through closing elevator doors with a low-calorie menu dish such as the grilled peppered chicken, served with Spanish rice and seasonal vegetables ($7). Or rub soothing syrup on early-morning sunburn with breakfast fare such as French toast, thick slices of Texas toast dipped in secret batter and browned to perfection ($4), or huevos Ranch House, two corn tortillas stuffed with two eggs topped with red or green sauce and cheese, served with home fries ($5.30).
The Ranch House Cafe
The savory aroma of fire-grilled steaks and fried eggs is the first thing to greet the noses of guests ambling into The Ranch House Cafe. After the initial olfactory welcome, the restaurant envelops visitors in a relaxed, home-like atmosphere bolstered by homemade meals, friendly service, and embarrassing middle school class portraits of every visitor. Chefs bustle about the kitchen transforming Angus Beef into hand-formed burgers before sending them to tables on the arms of speedy servers. Conscious of meeting the dietary needs of all its patrons, The Ranch House Cafe offers low-calorie, meatless, and kid-friendly noshes to ensure that eaters push back from their tables feeling sated.
810 23rd St.
Canyon, Texas 79015Get Directions