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Here you will be offered perfectly cooked venison, tenderloin and bison meat. Don't forget to taste good Brezeln, bread pudding and vanilla ice cream at this restaurant. Delicious scotch, wine or champagne are worth trying here. It's time to degustate great cappuccino or good chocolate frappe.

Invite your soulmate to Saddle Peak Lodge with a romantic atmosphere and live music. The prompt service and the appealing staff are its great benefits. Also, guests recommend this place because of low prices. You will be pleasantly surprised by the nice decor. This spot is a Michelin selection and 2 red knife-and-fork symbols indicate that this restaurant belongs to the Michelin best addresses since it provides supreme comfort.

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user_holden johnston
Love coming here
user_Mya Rosett
The atmosphere of this restaurant is beautiful. We enjoyed a long, leisurely meal with a few hiccups. First, we forgot our Tesla key card and had to self park. We were prepared to pay the $10 fee but the valley attendant was a bit grumpy about that we needed to self park. Once we ordered, our appetizers were enjoyed. We had the spaghetti with uni butter (delicious) and the salmon tartar (also delicious). For our mains, we ordered the branzino and halibut. The rice accompaniment for the branzino was under seasoned but otherwise, the mains were tasty. We also ordered the brussel sprouts which were great but arrived after our meal was almost finished (good customer service here as this item was removed from our bill). Our service seemed to disappear during our meal, leaving empty water glasses which was somewhat frustrating. When dessert arrived, it was dropped off without forks and one of the items was wrong. Again, we had to flag down staff to get someone to bring us utensils while the ice cream and sorbet began melting. Once again, the desserts were eliminated from our bill to compensate for the errors and extra items were delivered. Overall, the meal was tasty and the ambiance was nice, however, at this price point (even with the removal of several items from our bill) I expect to be served at a higher caliber.
user_Adriana K.
Saddle Peak Lodge is an amazing and one of a kind restaurant. Initially, I had been worried about some of the not so stellar Yelp reviews and whether or not this place would be worth the $$$$ prices. Had an early dinner reservation so by some miracle had the restaurant to ourselves. Valet and check in were super fast and we had options (indoor and out) with choice of table. I was so distracted by the decor of the check in area and main room (I started counting heads on the walls and estimated 20+) that I stopped mid room and just took it all in. It's very unique hunting lodge restaurant - my friend called it Gaston's Inn and that's exactly right. Had heads, antlers, stuffed game, everywhere - but it was nice! The fireplace even had a heady oaky scent that permeated the entrance and just was a perfect touch. Stephen was our server and he was friendly, informative, and checked back often. The menu looked amazing, but the Chef's game trio was a bit pricy - $89 I think. I had a $48 salmon dinner and everything was fantastic. Seriously the best salmon I ever had - served with a chopped sweet potato mix and broccolini. My friend's trio game dish looked amazing - elk, emu or ostrich, and bison I believe. I tasted the emu/ostrich and some piece of bacon and one of the things I noticed throughout everything I tasted was that there were unique combinations of flavor. I got the sense that the chef really understood how ingredients and flavors mix and was able to create new and interesting combinations. I had this leafy mix on my plate that contained cilantro. I hate cilantro - but it was combined with some other ingredients that gave it a sweetness and intrigue - I ate everything on my plate. A bday desert of ice cream and brownie was provided with a candle and a stenciled Happy Birthday in chocolate. All in all the food and experience were excellent and I would highly recommend. There are some very cool places on the second and third levels (which may include a ghost!) and the upstairs outside seating has a fantastic view. My only regret is that I didn't have my phone with me to be able to take photos :)
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American, New American, Steakhouses, Vegetarian options
Closed nowOpens at 5PM tomorrow
$$$$ Price range per person $41 - $80
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Get directions 419 Cold Canyon Rd
Calabasas, California, USA
419 Cold Canyon Rd, Calabasas, California, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi No delivery Takeaway Booking Wheelchair accessible Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:32AM-10PM
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 5PM-10PM
WednesdayWed 5PM-10PM
ThursdayThu 5PM-10PM
FridayFri 5PM-10PM
SaturdaySat 5PM-10PM

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