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T-Bones is a casual restaurant with outstanding food (Harris Ranch beef only). The prime rib is slow roasted all day, seasoned with secret spices then flame-broiled to add flavor.

Banquet, meeting rooms, and patio dining are available. There is a full bar and a great wine list. A free birthday dessert is included during your celebration.

There is another T-Bones to serve you at 2024 Arden Way (916) 920-5544.

Location: 5060 Madison Avenue, Sacramento California 95841 Telephone Toll Free: 916-331-5811

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Sacramento) A Shot of Class
(Pioneer) Amador Coffee & Spirits
(Folsom) Baccaras Restaurant and Wine Bar
(Sacramento) Bandera
(Camino) Bavarian Hills
(Camino) Bavarian Hills Orchard, Apple Hill

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