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  • Steakhouse off of I-5

    So back in June of 06 I went to Disneyland with my grandparents. I live in Northern California, so that meant a drive down 5. One big thing I always remember from 5 is the masses and masses of cows packed together closely right off the interstate.

    Well on the way back home, we got off an exit near these farms and went to a steakhouse there. All I can remember about it is it being north of the Grapevine and south of Modesto. The inside of the place was huge with a small gift shop. It was decorated in a very western style. There was a couch in front covered in cow hide. I think the restaurant was near a hotel, but I'm not sure. It wasn't that far off the interstate.

    Does anyone know what place I'm talking about? It's driving me nuts trying to figure out the name. They had an awesome tri tip sandwich.

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    Re: Steakhouse off of I-5

    Harris Ranch.

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      Re: Steakhouse off of I-5

      Originally posted by PrincessY View Post
      Harris Ranch.
      Aha, that's it. Thank you so much. Now I can sleep at night. Definitely going back to that place whenever I drive back down 5 towards Disneyland.

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        Re: Steakhouse off of I-5

        Happy to be of service. ) I am a native Northern Californian now living in SoCal. Been down Hwy. 5 MANY times.

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          Re: Steakhouse off of I-5

          I sometimes use that as an overnight stop.
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            Re: Steakhouse off of I-5

            Harris Ranch - you can sometimes get their meat from good grocery stores, but it's best if you buy it right there. They package it for you with ice packs and everything (which, for the record, are totally reusable).

            Also the best bathrooms on the whole drive. (Second Best are at Pea Soup Anderson's, closer to NoCal)

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