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Located in downtown Sacramento, America's Farm to Fork Capital, Grange is a culinary expression of all things local, reflecting the authentic essence and soul of the community.
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.
Sacramento, CA 95814
Californian, American, Farm-to-table
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am, Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 8:00am - 2:00pm Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm;
10th & J Street
$31 to $50
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Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Grange Ratings and Reviews
Went for Valentines Day, my partner and I didn't like the 3 of the 4 plates. We definitely would not come back if Grange is serving a four-course meal.
1. beets - very good!
2. Squid ink risotto with lobster tail was bland and didn't have much flavor
3. Prime Rib was very chewy and fatty
4. Ice cream cake taste like a commercial refrigerator
I reserved a table for two back at the end of December, for Valentines Day. I’ve always experienced limited options for reservations around V-Day and wanted to get the jump, it worked because our dinner at the Grange was the best V-Day experience we’ve ever had.
Upon arriving the hostess seated us quickly, we sat at a 4 person table, even though it was just the two of us. I don’t know about you, but not being crammed in on V-Day is unheard of! At this point we were definitely excited for the experience, ambiance was relaxing, tables were full and lively but not loud and annoying.
The food was perfection, everything was delivered with great presentation and flavors that covered your palette. Finishing with two perfectly crafted ice cream sandwiches, with two glasses of Clicquot, was really the icing on the cake!
If you’re looking for a great, fresh, and relaxing evening on V-Day, you need to go to the Grange.
I work the farmers market selling my husbands family’s pears. Oliver, the Grange chef, regularly bought our fruit. I’ve been telling him for the past 5 years that I wanted to bring my mother to lunch. A few months ago we thought we were going to lose her. Now she’s well enough and I made goodon my promise. V we had a very nice lunch. The ambiance was great, the food was very good as was the customer service!
This was our first visit to The Grange. We were excited that they were a part of dine downtown. We even brought our 20 yr old son with us. The service was very good. We really enjoyed the carrot ginger soup. I chose the hanger steak for my entree, it was a bit chewy, not tender, over all flavor was delicious. My wine choice was very good, the Boeger grange blend. We were just a bit disappointed with the steak. Other than that, the experience was amazing.
All of the food was delicious and the service was excellent. My main dish was served luke warm and although the server said it was an easy fix to heat it up, the kitchen insisted on making it over again (quickly) saying there is no excuse for serving an item luke warm.
Went to Grange as part of Dine In Downtown so had limited menu choice but were thrilled with quality of food, the ambience, and especially the service from Melissa. Certainly will return. Must eat there if you stay at the Citizen and a top choice for Sacramento residents as well.
We heard good reviews, but sadly we saw nothing what people were talking about. The service was great and the charcuterie was good(liver amazing)...but that's where it ended. I had the duck which had a brown sauce that did not go with it at all and my wife had the cod that had zero flavor...I mean NONE. The calimari that was a side on the cod was good, but the side shouldn't be 100x better than the main. We did not have time for desert.
We call places like this "one and done!" If you are looking for way over priced bland mediocre food then try the grange, possibly a good place for a bar drink. But, sadly we will pass.
Last part...the restroom is in the connected hotel past the lobby and down stairs...really??!!?? Terrible placement!!
We choose the Grange frequently for business meetings about California public policy matters. It is the perfect location, allowing many people in the policy dialog to walk to the restaurant. It has the perfect array of menu items covering a wide range of dietary preferences. The service is superb and the food is expertly made!
I like this restaurant but have to say I was a little disappointed when I recently had brunch. They charge $5 for coffee and never asked if I wanted a refill until I was leaving. They then asked if I wanted to take a cup with me...my grandson ordered the Huevos Rancheros and he said there wasn't much chorizo - he would have liked more chorizo and less beans. I had the Crab and Spinach Eggs Benedict - it was good but the crab was a little "fishier" than I liked and a bit dry. I might go back at some point but not too soon. Also I would like to mention that the restaurant charges $7 on the food bill for the Valet parking. Therefore, I chose not to tip the guys parking and retrieving my car. I think they should say that valet parking is free and then the tip is given directly to the guys....
This place is usually top notch. Unfortunately, not so much for lunch last week. I ordered the spinach salad with chicken which I have done several times before. Typically the chicken is cooked perfectly and is moist and tender. The chicken I received this time was overcooked and dry. To top it off, the waiter only came by once to refill my soda so I didn't have anything to wash it down with. Considered sending it back, but I've never done that, and I didn't want to make my friends have to wait longer for me to finish lunch.
The Grange is a favorite restaurant that my daughters and I return to again and again for memorable meals. This time we introduced our extended family, and they also found the service friendly, the ambiance nice (this was an afternoon luncheon) and the food delicious.
Our first time dining at Grange at a friend's recommendation and it was worth the $25 parking fee (at a garage down the street). The risotto was excellent and the pork chop absolutely delicious. With the high ceilings, it can get noisy, so speak up!
Will go back again.
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