Sacred Spur Ranch – A rustic authentic Cowboy ranch restaurant.

by admin on January 17, 2010

in Barbeque

Barbecue GrillWe went to Sacred Spur Ranch on Friday with relatives in town from Canada to give them a Texas experience. Sacred Spur is unlike anything you may have encountered such as a Texas Roadhouse experience. This place is like a barn in the middle of a real Ranch.

Call for reservations: 903-295-4364
117 Michel Rd
Gladewater, TX 75647

When we walked in we were greeted with live entertainment. The singer was singing some very good country western music. For a Friday the place was about a quarter of the way full.

The steaks are cooked on a gigantic homemade grill made out of a lot of welded metal. The grill on top of the fire hangs from a chain and seems to do a good job. Sacred Spur Ranch

I ordered the Ribeye steak because they were out of T-Bones and it came with a baked potato. The steak and potato were very good. I was sitting next to the metal barn wall so I started to get a little cold in there. As you can see this was an authentic barn ranch style experience. If you are wanting cookie cutter Texas Roadhouse than this is not it.

Sacred Spur Ranch is only open Friday and Saturday’s and is located in East Mountain, population 500. It will take you close to 45 minutes to an hour to get here. Plan on making this an all evening event and prepare for authentic, rustic or whatever you want to call it.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Alf January 19, 2010 at 10:22 am

very disappointed!! Definately a BARN. Poor selection (out of most steaks). Poor salad bar, inadequate service and filthy washroom. My disappointment was capped off with inoperable interac/credit card (which we weren't told until pay time) and a smoking waitress.


TRH July 16, 2010 at 4:07 am

She wasn't smoking while delivering your food! She was smoking on her break. Its a personal liberty thing. I don't feel the need to be protected from a little smoke. Their restaurant their rules. I do agree with some of your other criticisms however. The credit card business was frustrating.


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