WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio (DimpleTimes) – We ate at the Ranchers Roast Beef restaurant located in Washington Court House. Anyone who truly knows me knows that if there is BLT on the menu that is what I will choose over most everything else. I had their Ultimate BLT with fries on the side. I must say this is by far the best BLT sandwich I have ever tasted. It is served on Texas toast that had an amazing butter flavor, lettuce, tomato, and mayo; but I am convinced the half pound of bacon is what made this sandwich the best BLT I have ever had (and I consider myself a pretty good judge of a BLT since I have had so many). The employee who came to ask if we were enjoying our meal said that their normal (not the Ultimate) BLT is on sale every Tuesday, just in case you ever want less than half a pound of bacon.
We also had the Beast sandwich but when they called back the order to be made the person taking our order called it “The Beastie Boy”.
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This sandwich also comes with a half-pound of roast beef, and we ordered the potato cakes for the side. We each tried one of the potato cakes and some of the fries and those were hot, fresh and very good; but the sandwiches were -OH MY- by far the best part of the whole meal.
I am normally one to at least let someone try a piece of my sandwich, but they thought it was funny that I was not about to share a bite of my Ultimate BLT- it was just that good! The only thing that made this meal even more special, besides the fact that it was Valentine’s Day, was how much the staff connected with the diners. They made you feel almost like you were an old friend. They knew and greeted quite a few people by name when they entered the restaurant. I always like when someone seems genuinely happy to see me and that is part of their appeal.
Ranchers Roast Beef is located at
501 S. Elm Street
Washington Court House, OH 43160
Christine grew up in Groveport, Ohio, and currently resides in Circleville, Ohio. Christine is a happily married mother of seven. She has been fluent in poetry for many years and discovered this talent when she would be inspired by life’s events to sit down and write on whatever she had available. It was through these experiences, and the inspiration that often seemed to flow at anytime, that she learned to keep a pen and paper readily available. She uses her talent to be an inspiration and encouragement to others through sharing her works by writing for the Dimple Times.