The menu showcases the market-driven bounties from the state and is best described as simple, seasonal and soulful. Organically raised meats and poultry are complemented with the freshest produce available from the Central Valley, while sustainable coastal seafood is paired with a spectacular all-California wine list. The entrees are presented in a straightforward American brasserie style. Lastly, enjoy the creations from our pastry chef such as rustic artisan breads and desserts.
This Sacramento restaurant’s setting is both classic and authentic. The two-story space combines architectural elements from the building’s rich history with exposed beams and concrete columns to create a surprising and urban, loft-like atmosphere.
Mon–Fri 6:30 am–10:30 am
Sat, Sun 8:00 am–2:00 pm
Mon–Fri 11:30 am–2:30 pm
Mon–Thu 5:30 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 5:30 pm–11:00 pm
Sun 5:30 pm–9:00 pm
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Join us for New Years Eve! We will be serving a 5 course dinner at $125 per person featuring Prime New York Steak and Maine Lobster courses. Optional Beverage Pairings will include Veuve Cliquot and Dom Perignon champagnes for $75.
Monday, December 31, 2018
Terrific bar, service and good! Great atmosphere and friendly people make this a wonderful dining experience
It was my husbands birthday and we were attending the comedy show at the Crest after dinner. Our server was outstanding!!!! She asked us what our time frame was and even informed us which menu items would take a little longer, overall great experience!!!!
Not my most memorable experience at the Grange...portions are small and dished overly simple/plain, too expensive for what you get, kitchen was slow, ambience average...had to fill up on bread since portions are so tiny! Sorry...won’t be back.
HAD A RESERVATION FOR 10:30AM...THEY STOP SERVING AT 10:30!!!???. NOT SURE WHY THEY WOULD HAVE RESERVATIONS WHEN THEY DONT SERVE BREAKFAST, (ENDS AT 10:30) AND LUNCH BEGINS AT 11:30AM. REALLY ODD
Beet salad was outstanding. My pork chop was very large and tender but quite salty. My spouse's chicken was average. Noise level was high, making conversation difficult.
Grange has returned to the excellent place it used to be --- there was a period when it started sliding downhill -- but all is well again, though the prices are reaching into the stratosphere. The mushroom soup was thick but just OK, there was an odd additional taste beside mushrooms. The scallops appetizer was excellent. The huge braised rib was excellent. The miso glazed black cod was excellent. We miss not having Roger as a server but overall well done.
I booked this through Open Table because the the atmosphere and reviews. When I arrived I asked for a table by the window. I was eating alone and thought I could people-watch since I was visiting the area. The hostess said that they didn’t have this available. We walked by an empty table right by the window that remained empty my whole time there. They had a long high-top table by the window with space too. The coffee was cold. They exchanged it for OJ and that was appreciated. The server was nice and friendly but it took very long to get my avocado toast. The “toast” seemed barely toasted. Soft and no crunch at all. The poached eggs we cool enough that I imagine that they sat for a while before making it to my table. The side salad was flavorful. I would not recommend or go back.
We have loved Grange on previous visits, but this time a special "murder mystery dinner" they were hosting on the open balcony upped the noise level to "ouch" and kept the servers too busy. The food, as before, was spectacular (beet salad, pork chop with chard and savory sourdough puree) but drinks, then dishes came out very slowly, and we were unable to get dessert before our theater time, despite having arrived with two hours (yes, two entire hours!) before we had to leave, perhaps because the murder dinner kept the servers bogged down.
Excellent food and excellent choices. Great service too.
Outstanding food and service. A late lunch before an early lunch. I will be back.
A friend and I had lunch at Grange. The menu was short but very well chosen. There was something for everyone with a surprising variety of dishes. Similarly the wines by the glass list was also short and varied in varietal as well as wine growing regions. We each chose different wines and agreed that both choices were excellent. The service was superior from the woman at the front desk to our waiter. My only complaint would be the noise level. The restaurant was nearly full and when my friend asked our waiter a question I could not hear her question nor his reply. The same was true for her when I asked a question. We did OK when facing and speaking to one another but it seemed it would be difficult to have a conversation in a larger group.
It was my aunts birthday. This is her favorite place in Sacramento.
We enjoyed dinner on a quiet Sunday night after a day of Christmas shopping. It wasn’t our first time and it won’t be our last. We were seated at one of Eddie’s tables and we appreciate his friendly and knowledgeable nature. We split a Beet salad, she had the pork chop and I had the Mortadella pasta. Both were very good as expected and we even saved room to split dessert, the Ginger cake. Thoroughly enjoy the experience of dining at the Grange. The only thing that detracts from the experience is the blue and red lights from the liquor store across the street. If you can, request a table looking at the kitchen.
Really enjoyed the fixed price (and pricey) dining experience. Great service.
Room for improvement: the selection of ales was nonexistent; only one pale ale; other beers followed the current trend of IPA's.
We ordered the chef’s tasting menu and it was excellent. Each course was beautifully presented and the pacing between dishes was ideal. We would definitely choose The Grange again for a special occasion or just gathering with friends.
Had To send back prime rib because it was so salty… Turkey was also very salty… Sides were lukewarm… Apple crumble was too sweet… Appetizers were delicious…
Thanksgiving price fixe meal was very good; however, what sets this restaurant apart is the service. Absolutely top notch!
We had Thanksgiving dinner here, which we have done for the past few years. This year's food was all excellent! And there was lots of it! We both had the pumpkin soup, which was outstanding. I had the turkey and my husband had the prime rib. The side dishes were served family style: cornbread dressing, mashed potatoes, brussel sprouts roasted with onion, gravy, cranberry sauce, plus rolls. For dessert, my husband had the chocolate thing, and I had the yummy cranberry-apple crisp (loads of cinnamon) with ice cream.
We had a lovely Thanksgiving dinner with a dear friend.
I made reservations for Thanksgiving dinner about three weeks ago. We arrived at The Grange on time for our reservations. The hostess takes us into a large, interior room, with plenty of tables set up, all of them empty, except one. The hostess leads us to our table - in the back corner, behind a large pillar, next to the kitchen and the coat rack. I asked if we could sit at another table - of course, that was not possible. I said something about my disappointment in our table to the manager, Johnny. He comped our cocktails (nothing else, didn’t even offer us coffee). The tables that we could not possibly sit in remained empty for most of our meal. A couple arrived a half hour after us and were seated at a table by the window - a table that had been empty when we arrived. The food was great, the server delightful. Will I be back? Doubt it.
Uniquely tasty Thanksgiving dinner, one of the few to offer prime rib plus sides that are traditional with a twist. Would definitely do a holiday here again.
We booked on opentable and were charged for what we thought would be a nice Thanksgiving dinner. When we arrived at 11:15am we were told that the special menu would not be available until 3 hours later. Many other patrons as well as ourselves were offered their standard breakfast menu. Many left having to seek out a restaurant last minute to get served thanksgiving dinner. My partner had to work at the hospital so we had no alternative. Epic fail on behalf of the management of this establishment.
Upscale downtown setting with nice ambience. Service is professional and attentive. Consistently delivers a wonderful meal. Food was extraordinary. Loved the beat salad. The black cod entre was flakey and moist, prepared with an Asian influence. Loved the shrimp dumplings that came with the dish.
good experience, nice service and good food. the wine by the glass is a little pricey.
Lackluster. Unimpressive, especially for the price. Wanted to really like this place, especially for celebrating a special experience, and it just fell flat. We spent a lot of money and didn’t feel like we got our money’s worth. Would definitely go somewhere else next time.
My sister and I had brunch at Grange. The menu had several good choices and we ended up sharing the avocado toast and the hash. Both werr delicious. The fresh squeezed orange juice was devine. Service was great and it was fun to poke around the adjacent Citizen Hotel lobby.
Our experience at Grange is always 5-Star. We are regulars that began our frequent weekend brunch dining when they first opened. We return for the incredible architecture, best chefs and kitchen staff, unique but familiar cuisine and the best server, Mark, who pays close attention to detail and treats us like family. Our favorite brunch place in the Sacramento area.
My date and I went to the Grange for my birthday dinner on a recent Saturday night. We chose the scallops and brussels sprouts as appetizers. They were both wonderful. The plate of brussels sprouts would easily have served four and they were the best ever. My date had the pork chops. They were cooked perfectly and could easily have served two. I chose the cod and it too was cooked to perfection. The presentations were lovely on each dish. The service was fantastic; attentive, but unobtrusive. A perfect birthday date.
Extremely limited “brunch” menu on weekends
We stayed in the hotel and grabbed a quick lunch after checking out. The Grange is highly recommended! The Grange Burger and he Butternut Squash Salad were excellent!
We have been going to the Grange for the past 2 years for an overnight at the Citizen and then dinner while we are staying. Our food is always excellent. We recently had the clam chowder which was excellent fresh and flavorful. Our waiter was excellent knew all about every single dish and was just outstanding service. I would recommend going if you have never gone. Everything has always been excellent.
Made early reservation for window table was told no only to have three couples get window an hour after us. We used open table for our reservation. People were not
Fun to deal with would never go back and never tell friends to go
Hostess was miserable
Our server was amazing and really take care of us! A few managers stopping by tables checking on everyone too. This place has great service! And the food was interesting flavorful and fresh!
We alway have a good meal and good time at Grange, but our server, Melissa, made this exceptional. Very attentive without hovering. Introduced us to a great new wine which suited the needs of our different entrees perfectly.
Menu variety was enough to make you want to eat here daily, just to taste the flavors and chemistry of flavors. OUr server was astute, well informed regarding menu items and wine, ambience was upscale which you don't find often.
The Grange is always just FABULOUS! We go several times a year and absolutely love it. The food is locally sourced and the new chef's Asian touches are inspired. The Brussels sprouts are a must-have.
My wife and I have been to Grange many times for brunch and lunch. Had a good steak dinner there a few months ago. We signed up for the 10th anniversary dinner.....pricey but it was to be a 10 course meal. Our 8:00pm reservation became 8:40pm. The courses came out painfully slow and most were just okay. At 10:00pm, we decided to skip 4 of the 10 courses and dessert. Grabbed the check and left but not before we were charged again for the dinner we had prepaid weeks ago. A correction was made and we bolted out...... not a good experience!!
Went for 10th Anniversary dinner. Chefs did a fantastic job. But the service was slow and disjointed. We sat for 10-15 minutes before anyone acknowledged us. Most of our drinks (just beer & wine) took in excess of 15 minutes to arrive. 2 of the 9 courses did not come out at the same time for our group of 4, with one coming out 10 minutes apart. Being new to town, this was not a good way to showcase supposedly one of Sac's premier restaurants.
Good farm to fork options. A bit pricey for some fish. Clam chowder is not what most think and should be renamed.
The food was amazing. We had pumpkin soup, gnocchi and black cod with a side of brussel sprouts. All we unique and delicious. The service was great as were the craft cocktails. We were able to enjoy a fabulous dinner with valet parking, walk two blocks to the Golden 1 Center for a Kings game. We then returned for dessert and a nightcap. Overall a perfect evening.