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Corrigan's Steak House

556 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. (Long Ct.) Send to Phone
An old-school celebration of the Conejo Valley’s rustic roots.

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Parking available
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Full bar

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Corrigan's Steak House Restaurant Review

: The bar opens at 6:30 a.m. The walls are adorned with cowboy photos. Yes, it’s that kind of place. A Conejo Valley institution, Corrigan’s unabashedly pays homage to the region’s ranchland roots. Original owner Ray “Crash” Corrigan starred in a long list of B-Westerns, and straight-up American food is the call here: steak and eggs for breakfast, a steak sandwich and burgers for lunch and, well, steak for dinner. To be sure, the food isn’t particularly refined. The overall dining experience, even less so. Patrons who pop for the steak and lobster, however, may be pleasantly surprised with a sweet, firm-textured Caribbean tail. Crash Corrigan’s son Tom runs the establishment, and his near-daily presence (dressed in a black Stetson and cowboy boots) maintains an authenticity that prevents it from backsliding into the realm of ersatz Western-themed knockoff.


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