Thursday, September 12, 2013

Cadillac Ranch in National Harbor

When I knew I was making the trip up to DC, I started asking around for places in the area that I haven't seen. The two big suggestions that I was given was going to see Alexandria's Old Town and the National Harbor. Alexandria was done when I ate at La Madeleine Country French Cafe and the National Harbor happened two days later. The National Harbor was basically a large outdoor shopping center with hotels, condos, and convention centers isolated along the Potomac river. The whole place was a bit too clean for my liking, perfect for some people who are terrified of visiting actual cities, but I'd prefer to see other parts of the DC area. While at the National Harbor, I had lunch at a restaurant called Cadillac Ranch. This chain reminded me of a Hard Rock Cafe on the inside for some reason. The mechanical bull at the bar was pretty different from most restaurants though. The menu consisted mostly of steaks, burgers, sandwiches, and flatbread pizzas.
I had the sausage florentine flatbread. This wasn't exactly what I was expecting. The florentine part of the pizza wasn't topping the pizza. Instead, the spinach was present in the spinach and artichoke dip that made up the pizza's sauce. Lots and lots of cheese covered the dip, topped with sliced sausage and tomato. The flatbread was a bit soggy and I wasn't a fan of the spinach and artichoke dip.
The food at Cadillac Ranch didn't do much for me. If I come across another location of this chain, I don't think I'd eat here again.

Cadillac Ranch All American Bar & Grill on Urbanspoon

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

foreal doe, thas a pretty dank lookin pizza.


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