We had just left Hwy 101 onto 128 on the way to Anderson Valley today when I spied a large "BBQ" sign so we stopped. It was Hamburger Ranch and Pasta Farm! I had a brisket sandwich and I'd say it was quite good, if lightly smoked. Maybe not up to Memphis Minnie's brisket but hey, we weren't in San Francisco either and it was just fine. The beans side (choice of five things) was good in it's own way, just not my favorite or "traditional" way. The breakfasts other people were eating looked very good also.
Here's a short 2005 thread about the place.
Two pics (not of the food; ate in the car :-)
Hamburger Ranch and Pasta Farm
31195 N. Redwood Hwy
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