Twisted ranch, Saint Louis, United states, North america
  • Timing: 11:00 am - 03:00 pm

    Wednesday to Saturday

    11:00 am - 03:00 pm 05:30 pm - 09:00 pm


    11:00 am - 03:00 pm

    Days: Monday

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    Address: 1730 S 8th St, St. Louis, MO 63104, USA Show on map
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About Twisted Ranch, Saint Louis

Overview of Twisted Ranch

Walking past the city of Saint Louis, you will come across Twisted Ranch. Missed by most of the visitors, Twisted Ranch is unique in its own way.

Twisted Ranch is not a popular tourist spot and visitors exploring prime attractions like Gateway Arch, Saint Louis Zoo, City Museum, Busch Stadium and Missouri Botanical Garden. For more popular attractions visit things to do in Saint Louis.

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  • Long wait here but the good is good and the portions are filling. Small restaurant with some a/c, cooler than outside but still a bit warm. Restaurant is small enough that my party of 2 shared a table with a party of 4. Seems to be more popular with a younger kind of crowd. We shared a table with a group of 4 and the guys were banging on the table, doing the chug chug chug chant. Other groups in a different part of the restaurant were yelling alot. Employees are nice and friendly. They have 20+ different kinds of ranch which is what they seem to be known for, pretty much a flavor for everyone. We got the flight of 13 sauces with fries too dip in which was a great way to try the different sauces. I'm not a big fan of the fries themselves but I'm still happy with the choice of appetizer. I got the Jack the Ripper burger which was pretty good. It was large and cooked the way I wanted it. There is a spicy kind of powder that is on the burger but not in the description in the menu. I liked it but was not expecting it. Overall good experience, very busy place and i would both go again and recommend to a friend to at least try once.

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  • The ranch selections were fantastic, but the basket of fries provided with the 13 sauces was very small. We waited 30 minutes in 100+ degree weather, which they couldn't help, but apparently a window or back door must have been open because there were flies EVERYWHERE! One of the cooks was preparing a brisket and I watched numerous flies land on it. A small peek into the kitchen showed greace and fries all over the floor. My boyfriend also witnessed the way they clean their silverware: seltzer water. The place is cute and small, the ranch is great, however I have a feeling I might not be feeling so great tonight.

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  • Such an amazing experience here!! I was in town from Dallas, Texas and knew that this is a place my friends and I had to go to while I was in town. We arrived around 5:25 (they reopen at 5:30) and were the second people to get seated. Our waitress was so friendly and took very good care of us. We ordered the buffalo chicken dip and flight 13. It was unbelievable.. SO GOOD! I got the adult mac and cheese and took two bites and was full. Reasonable prices for the quality and quantity of the food. Will definitely be returning!!

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  • Make sure you plan ahead as wait times can easily exceed 1 hour. Great food! Amazing ranch selection! Good wings. Definitely a must for ranch lovers if you're in the St. Louis area.

  • Not a family friendly establishment. Was told we couldn't be served because they close at 3 and the server with open tables (there were 3 open, plus 3 outside, and we had plenty of time to order, eat, and leave) had stopped accepting tables. No one else was waiting. This company needs to do a better job of putting the customer first. We were excited to eat there, and left very disappointed. 3 of my dining companions work in food service and were astounded at the way the hostess handled the situation, as well as the company's management practices overall. Food looked like bar food with several types of ranch. I can't comment on flavor or price as we were turned away even though there was plenty of time and open tables. Incredibly disappointing. I'll never return or recommend.

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