The Ranch Las Colinas remains among the best
As anyone who has visited Haywire, Ida Claire or Son of a Butcher will attest, the Dallas restaurant group FB Society has built its reputation on innovative concepts that serve reliably delicious food.
Their first, The Ranch Las Colinas, inspired by Texas roadhouses, opened more than a decade ago and remains among its best. The Ranch’s new spring menu offers even more reason to linger on one of the Irving restaurant’s three patios or hang out for live music most nights.
Among the new standouts: chile-brined roast chicken with brown-butter romanesco, blackened Gulf of Mexico striped bass with charred tomato butter, and a “Cowboy Feast” that includes a 2-pound A Bar N Ranch wagyu tomahawk rib-eye, a half-pound beef tenderloin slathered with toasted garlic, a hefty New York strip steak, pork belly burnt ends, mesquite-grilled Gulf shrimp and plenty of side dishes.
That Feast will set you back $275, “but no one will leave hungry,” promises Judd Fruia, The Ranch’s vice president of operations.