Ranson (formerly Corporation of Ranson) is a city in Jefferson County, West Virginia, United States. The population was 4,440 at the 2010 census. Although the Census Bureau listed it as a town in 2000, it is classified (along with all other municipalities with populations between two and ten thousand) as a city by state law.
Things to do in Ranson
4.5 based on 397 reviews
Come and take a culinary trip around the Mediterranean Sea when you walk through our doors. We offer Traditional and Modern dining all while sampling foods from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Lebanon and Morocco.
Were staying in Harpers Ferry looking for a Saturday night dinner. Most places closed in HF because out of season, so looked elsewhere. We were attracted by the menu of Alfredo's we found on line: Persian, Spanish, French, Moroccan,.... And prices very reasonable. So we went. OK - first - very friendly and attentive wait service. Asked for recommendations from server and ordered Pollo a la Castellana (15.99): sauteed chicken breast with roasted red pepper, capers and artichokes in a lemon butter sauce served over pasta or rice. VERY good. Eat slowly and enjoyed every bite. My wife ordered Ghormeh Sabzi ($11.99): steak, mixed greens and herbs cooked together and served over basmati rice. Yeah - also pretty good. We shared. Oh - Also - a platter of hummas and pita bread with salsa and maybe goat cheese automatically arrived (free) very soon after we sat down. We will be eating here next time we come to HF and we will be recommending this place. Very satisfied.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We stopped in on a Thursday morning for a quick breakfast. We each ordered muffins and coffee. My wife decided she wanted something less sweet. She ordered an egg and bagel sandwich. They only had Swiss and American cheese so she ordered it without. The waitress came out a little later and told my wife that she had some cheddar jack cheese if she would like. Of course she went with the cheddar jack cheese. It was very warm, moist and delicious on the toasted bagel.
4.5 based on 244 reviews
We were headed to Harpers Ferry for the day so we stop by to grab some sandwiches and this place never disappoints considering how busy they were the food came out in about 10 to 15 minutes the macaroni salad was expensive but worth it the only drawback is they do not have a drink selection seating is limited to about 6 people but this place has rockin food great job
4 based on 116 reviews
This American food chain, is quite good. We stopped to have dinner there, wasn't very crowded on a Sunday night. The food was Good, just had a soup and sandwich. We Loved our waitress she was very attentive and very friendly. Since it wasn't crowded, we were able to get in and out quite quickly. I would recommend.
4 based on 223 reviews
This was our second time dining at Mezzaluna. Pasta was very good as well as the eggplant. Garlic knots were very good and a large portion. Carrot cake was really good. Service was very good and the prices were very reasonable. Well worth having dinner here. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Since moving to Maryland I haven't had real tacos! Actually....since moving from Southern California I haven't had an authentic taco, burrito or guac (guacamole)! Generally I have to find an eatery during my travels and hope for the best! After my daughter moved to the Ranson WV area 2 years ago I was introduced to Ortega's Taco Shop. From the Street Taco and burrito's to home made chip's, guac and salsa's! This is the way I remember eating growing up in Arizona, Colorado and California. Ortega's have proven to me and my family time and time again that they know that there isn't nothing like a good taco!! Ranson WV has a great pull with Ortega's Taco Shop!!!
4.5 based on 141 reviews
We arrived with a party of 8 and they quickly fixed a place for us. The waitress was friendly but not especially attentive. The food was good but not out of this world. I wasn't expecting world class Mexican food in West Virginia, anyway. It is a good choice for someone on the road or staying nearby. You won't remember this meal for the rest of your life but it's a good port in a storm.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
For Ranson, WV this may be a bit exotic, but anyone who's lived in cities with a large ethnic population, or has traveled to Greece before, this restaurant will be considered average, Granted, I have not tasted their more specialty dishes, but when the vegetables are not fresh, the gyro was commercially made and the baklava is basically flavorless, that is all I need to know. Sad thing is, the owner is actually Greek.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
One of our favorite family lunch spots! Great Burgers garnished in dozens of custom order options! Fresh made French Fries (a small order almost feeds an army) fried in Peanut Oil are also great! Their Milk Shakes are 'Real!' not from a machine! Yummy! (Just wish they had some non HFCS drinks.)
4.5 based on 131 reviews
The Final Cut is a contemporary American steakhouse featuring hand selected USDA Mid-Western Prime Beef, corn-fed and naturally aged up to four weeks to ensure maximum flavor and texture. Each steak is hand cut to order, seasoned with kosher salt and tri color peppercorns, then broiled at 1600 degrees to create a thin charred crust that seals in the delicious natural beef juices.
Six of us were at the casino to see Ron White. The waiter was very attentive, professional, accommodating. When something was left off an order, he quickly got it taken care of. Steaks and lobster surrounded the table and no one had complaints. Everything was seasoned well and cooked as ordered. The appetizers tried were the bacon, more like pork belly and less like bacon, the entire table was supervised to see the slabs, as well as the mushroom ravioli which was unique and good. The bread was warm with a salted crust and very good. My wife and I shared the loaded mashed potatoes which we thought were delicious with thick cuts of crispy bacon. I added scallops to my ribeye, they missed them on the order but quickly corrected, they were well seasoned, maybe seared slightly too long, and were good. I feel like I used the word "good" a lot in this review and that's just what it was, good. I gave it 4 stars because the services was better than good. My wife and I had a tab of $140 which I think is probably about $40 more than the meal was worth to me.
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