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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
This is our favorite restaurant. Would dine more often but is a tad out of the budget but do try and attend twice a year for special occasions. Love, love, love the food, flavors and creativity. Had to move and sit next to my date because it was so loud. No biggie! Thank you again!
The meal was well prepared and had good flavor but it is very overpriced. We had a steak, tuna, appetizer and two glasses of mid-priced wine and the bill was $187.00.
The waiter was very friendly and well informed. He made the meal pleasurable. He was also very attentive.
Also expect to be disturbed by the colorful personalities that frequent the streets of Sacramento by tapping on the plentiful windows that line the restaurant.
10th anniversary dinner (although we dine here year round) upon request Staff made sure we had our favorite seating area and delivered my "surprise" gift with dessert. Evening went off without a hitch, delicious food and great staff made for a memorable night out!
The Grange was amazing. The food was especially unique. The drinks were amazing from the beautiful accoutrements to the amazing taste. We were excited to see what was coming next. We highly recommend the sides. Do NOT skip them! You will be disappointed. Most of all the experience was made by our waiter Roger who was highly skilled and extremely personable. Grange management.... note: he is one of a kind. :) Thank you for making our night memorable!
We came for the CIM marathon and this was our pre race dinner celebration. The pork chop was awesome as was the salad! Oh and great bread/buttsr and local IPA on tap. Service was professional save for one glitch(waiter tried to pour new wine glass into old glass at the table- bad form). Otherwise nothing to complain about and will come back!!
Great restaurant on our Sacramento visit. Good SO good but best of all we had one of the best waiters we have ever had. And we eat out very often. His name was Matty we think! Just delightful and on top of everything. Made us feel welcome and had good suggestions. Pretty close to the perfect waiter!’
We made a reservation at Grange for a special birthday. To start we had craft cocktails at the bar and found them inventive, well made, and delicious. Who knew a candy-coated bacon strip in one of the drinks could be so fun and tasty. At dinner we selected the pork chop. It was massive, beautifully presented and perfectly cooked. We love the local farm to table effort they make in selecting the various menu items. Tiffany, our server, was excellent and could not have been more helpful with the choices on the menu and with our selection of wine. Tiffany helped to make a special day even better - thank you. We look forward to another visit when we are in Sacramento.
Came for Thanksgiving with my girlfriend, I've been here before. It was a prix fixe meal and the options were limited to 3 appetizers, entrees, and desserts. I could go into more detail, but I think if we had stuck to the basic turkey dinner with pumpkin pie, it would have been better. We had the rib eye steaks, yorkshire pudding, and vegetables. I'll have to say the ribeyes were not tasty, the puddings were hollow burnt pastry shells, and the veggies overcooked. The apple tart was good, but the salty caramel pudding was tasteless. The bar has an excellent bartender who really shows his craft, excellent there and the table service was outstanding. For the price, this could have been better.
Wow! What a delicious meal: smoked salmon salad, turkey with chestnut dressing and gravy and mashed potatoes and roasted root vegetables, followed by a salted caramel dessert. M had a Grange Manhattan and I had a Bombay Sapphire Martini; with dinner, he had a glass of pinot noir, I had a glass of pino noir blanc. The chestnut dressing was full of flavor and the turkey was properly cooked and nicely warm and moist. We like Grange and keep coming back because it's not a giant noisy place - it's cozy and quiet enough to enjoy conversation. The food is always excellent, and M and I have always had attentive, knowledgeable servers. This evening we valet parked because it was raining when we arrived. That was a treat also! Yummmmmm! Highly recommended.
Thanksgiving Dinner. Reservation 5:15pm. Arrived at 4:30pm.
Food was adequate, but nothing exceptional as it had been before during a chef's farmers market tour and luncheon.
Waiter, Roger H., was very good and made the experience pleasurable.
Reservation made well in advance, yet hostess attempted to sit our party of 4 in the upstairs loft where the lighting is poorly done and the ambiance and decor is zero. (Like you're sitting in a
hallway) There were several open tables for 4 in the main dining room and we requested to be moved. Much better location...
Note: unless you're very tall, sit on the chair side versus the booth side, as the booth (in the likeness of a Chesterfield sofa) sits way too low for the table and you look and feel like a dwarf... clever design, but the seating heights should be the same here as to lend a better experience.
We had Thanksgiving dinner at Grange, as we have done for several years. Most of the dishes were excellent: excellent sweet potato soup, moist turkey, wonderful roasted vegetables, good gravy, cranberry sauce and mashed potatoes. The dressing was very strange - it was supposed to have chestnuts, but we couldn't find any - it tasted as though it contained liver and had lots of stringy bits like shreds of meat - it had lots of flavor, but wasn't very appealing. For dessert, the apple galette was delicious. The pumpkin pie lacked flavor and consisted of three strange layers: a very thick (too thick) flour crust on the bottom; a thick middle layer of crumbs that were supposed to be gingersnap but had little taste; on top a thin layer of custard that was supposed to be pumpkin but was a pale cream color and had little flavor. I usually appreciate Grange's innovative approach to traditional dishes, but the dressing and pumpkin pie were very disappointing.
We stayed at the Citizen Hotel and ended up eating both dinner and breakfast at Grange. We found it to have excellent food, drinks, service and atmosphere and would most definitely eat there again if we are ever in the area. Within walking distance to Golden One!
I had not been to the Grange in probably three years. The food was terrific and the service was fantastic. We were eating before going to see a show. I probably go to Mulvaney’s s more than anywhere else, but I have to say that this was a very nice evening out.
A lovely restaurant! My best friend and have season tickets to the Broadway Series and have decided to eat our throw downtown. The Grange came highly recommend and it did not disappoint! The food was wonderful! Coffee and dessert end the meal. I would like to say some fine restaurants don’t understand the the coffee they serve is just as important as the food & wine. There is very fine restaurant down the street from the Grange whose coffee is like colored water! It ruined the dining experience!
Now the service we received was top notch. Our waiter was funny and made great recommendations.
Can’t wait to try brunch!
We came in for brunch on a Saturday. We were seated promptly and our server was attentive. Honestly both my fiancé and I were unimpressed with the food. My huevos rancheros meal was good but not any better than the ones I have gotten elsewhere. My fiancé felt his avocado toast was bland. Maybe it was just what we ordered but in our opinions it wasn’t worth the hype.
The perfect dinner and drinks after a matinee Musical. So relaxing to have a drink in the bar before dinner. Once at our table, our waiter (Roger) was so experienced and friendly. Could answer all our questions about the menu. The food was excellent. We started with clams as an appetizer and then scallops and house made fettucini followed by orange beignets and espresso. Can't wait until the next time!
Great experience at Grange and our waiter ‘Mark’ was exceptional with the right amount of conversation, information and professionalism (knowing when to oversee the table vs. letting us talk). It’s also not too noisy which helped create the right ambience for a business lunch.
Maybe it was just an "off" night. The restaurant wasn't overly busy, and yet the cocktail I ordered at the table (from the bar) was noticeably slow in arriving. Food was excellent. I ordered an espresso after dinner, and it again was really slow to arrive and not hot, just warm. So it seems that the slowdown was coming from the bar.
A delightful dining experience. Nice wine/cocktail selection. My husband had the rib eye, cooked perfectly, accompanied by tender, yet not overly soft broccoli, and beef fat potatoes. Wow were they good! I've avoided scallops the past few years, because they never seem to be cooked properly. I'm so glad I decided to give them another try: perfectly seared, tender, and juicy inside topped with delicious mustard seed sauce. Orange ricotta beignets melted in my mouth, and hubby enjoyed a chocolate caramel piece of perfection. Our waitress was attentive, without being intrusive.
Breakfast here also was delicious starting with deep,rich coffee and one of the best Bloody Marys I've ever had: salted rim, assortment of pickled vegs, lemon, lime, cucumber & bacon! Avocado toast topped with perfectly poached eggs was light yet filling. Hubby enjoyed the hearty, stick-to-your-ribs breakfast burger.
We will definitely dine at Grange again.
Food was wonderful. Poke was very good and the scallops were perfectly prepared. We both had our own braised greens with a soft egg on top which was spicy and oh so delicious. Nice wine choices . Service was not impressive. Our server made us feel we were annoying him with the questions we had about the menu. I asked to be served the kale salad first, then poke and braised greens after my salad. I was served my salad, but the poke was "lost" so I had to wait while my husband was served his scallops. Getting the attention of our server was almost impossible. He didn't even realize my poke had not been served. When we received our bill, we had been charged for another table's cocktails. When we brought it to Matt's attention, he mumbled something about the table next to us also ordering poke. Excuse me?
Grange was our favorite restaurant in Sacramento until last Monday. We bragged about this place to our friends and when we got our food we were embarrassed in front of our guests. 3 of us ordered Steel-head salmon and we all got the tail( the last tiny part of the fish). the fish was thin and overcooked. It was served on the tiny sauce which I believe it was Cauliflower base and some pear and other fruits which was not much. I am glad we ordered appetizers, which all were good, otherwise, we all would be hungry after the meal. We are sad that this place is changing and hoping that they get a better management, that might help.
Interesting preparations which were delicious. Specialty side dish of brussels sprouts was quite good, even though Brussels sprouts is not my favorite vegetable. I had an order of steamed clams which was wonderful and such a large portion that I could not finish it. I started with a flatbread with butternut squash hummus, olive tempenade, and french mushroom pate. Very unusual. Service was very good. I will return the next time I visit Sacramento.
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