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Thank you for visiting THE RANCH Saloon, Orange County’s premier country music and dance venue. We take great pride and care in providing a fun, safe, organized and clean environment for our guests.
Our approach to creating this environment begins with our dance floor etiquette and rules. By enforcing these rules, we provide our guests the opportunity to dance without distractions or obstructions, and we insure the dance floor remains just that… a space to dance.
Here’s a quick guide to help you enjoy your night at THE RANCH!
The performing band or DJ manages the dance floor. For example, when a Two-Step is called, then the only dance on the floor will be the Two-Step. Similarly, if the Electric Slide is called, then dancers may participate in the Electric Slide until the next dance is called. For those who choose not to participate in the called dances, check out our 47’ Long Horn Bar for a wide range of farm-inspired cocktails and food!
When a Line Dance is called we encourage less-experienced dancers utilize the rear edges of the dance floor, this allows our experienced dancers to safely move without concern for unexpected contact or collision.
With the Two-Step, slower dancers should remain near the center of the floor, with experienced dancers on the outside or "fast lane" traveling counter clockwise. Always keep moving in the circle.
For the safety of all, flip flops or ladies shoes without a heel strap are not allowed on the dance floor. Out of control and intoxicated dancers will be asked off our dance floor by our staff. Drinking on the dance floor or across the dance floor rails is not permitted, as spilled drinks cause shoes to "stick" and create hazards. There is also no standing on the dance floor while a dance is in progress.
We understand that some of those attending THE RANCH may not know how to country dance, so we may include a few “Free Style” dances for all to enjoy. However, if you’d like to learn how to country dance, we host FREE dance lessons every Wednesday thru Sunday! Please visit our Saloon Calendar for more info.
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THE RANCH - Restaurant & Saloon
THE RANCH Saloon gives country music and dancing a place to call home in Orange County! To ensure that
our venue continues to be enjoyed by all our guests, we ask that certain standards of dress and etiquette
View a word on Dance Floor Etiquette from Owner Andrew Edwards
Nightclub or country attire is considered appropriate for all. The following outlines the dress
restrictions for both male and female guests while in the Saloon:
We are a Country Music Dance Venue, therefore we feature country western style dancing such as Two Stepping,
West Coast Swing, and Line Dancing. The Ranch Saloon has a managed dance floor. Provocative and out of control
dancing is not condoned and you may be asked to leave the dance floor. Freestyle dancing is only allowed when
called by the DJ or band.
We are a non-smoking, non e-cigarette and non chewing tobacco environment
Ask about our designated smoking area
THE RANCH management has been asked to provide any further guidance as deemed necessary and to bring to the attention of
guests any departure from these standards.
Our restaurant requires a credit card guarantee at the time of reservation for all guests dining in THE RANCH Restaurant. Providing a credit card guarantees our guests a reservation and assists us in seating all guests in a timely manner, in addition to preventing dual reservations and no shows on weekends. In order to timely cancel, you must do so no later than 10:00pm on the day prior to your reservation. If you do not timely cancel, or if you do not show up for your reservation, you will be charged $25 per person.
How do I cancel my reservation?
Please call 714.817.4200, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if an emergency happens and I have to cancel last minute?
Cancellations are handled on a case by case basis and at a manager's discretion. We will always be hospitable and take each instance into consideration.
THE RANCH attempts to give all our guests a courtesy reminder call one day prior to your reservation. In addition, if your reservation is made via Open Table, you should receive an email reminder.