My wife and I had lunch here with 6 other family members. Our waitress was very nice and she did her job very well. I almost felt sorry for her because she was handling my party of eight, plus a few other tables by herself. Everyone was given bread (dinner rolls) which were pretty good. I ordered the WR tri tip meal with a side of baked beans (the side came with the meal). The meals were served on very large plates. My plate contained a chunk of tri-tip and a rather small cup of baked beans. Nothing else was on the plates, not even a some garnish to make it look a little nicer. It was amusing to see this huge plate with a chunk of meat and a bowl of beans on it. Something was missing. What I'm trying to say is that I paid $23.00 for what amounted to a couple of dinner rolls, a cup of baked beans, and a pretty good-sized piece of tri-tip. My wife ordered salmon with a side of mashed sweet potatoes. Her piece of salmon was fairly large, and she liked the potatoes. But again, it just didn't seem to warrant the price. If you like BBQ, you may like the place. But, compared to other restaurants that have the same theme, Wood Ranch just doesn't do it for me.
Pros: The meat portions are fairly large
Cons: Not enough condiments