Sagebrush Annie's is located in the southeastern
corner of the Cuyama Valley,
giving diners beautiful nightly views of the
incredible Cuyama sunsets to the west as the sun
Sierra Madre mountains.
We are located about 1 hour north of Ojai
on Highway 33 and about 1 hour southwest of Bakersfield via 119
(Taft Highway) to 166 in Maricopa and then to 33 south
in Cuyama Valley. From the Los Angeles area, we are a 2 hour drive via Interstate 5 north to Frazier Park and
then west through the Lockwood Valley. A less
traveled scenic route from the LA area is west from
Frazier Park through Pine Mountain Club and along
the Cerro Noroeste road to highway 166, then
southwest to 33 south. This route is highly
recommended for a Saturday or Sunday outing.
|Sagebrush Annie's is more than a restaurant; it's an experience. A true journey resulting from a leisurely day's drive
exploring the beautiful countryside, away from the crowded
city's traffic and smog. Located west of where the
Southern San Joaquin Valley merges with Southern
California this beautiful and quiet destination
delivers all you would ever expect for an evening of
fine food and superb wines.
Nearby attractions include: Los Padres National Forest,
Carrizo Plain National Monument, Mount Pinos
Recreation Area, Pine Mountain Club, Mount
Abel, Ballinger Canyon, Quatal Canyon, and the Chumash
Proprietors, Larry and Karina
Hogan, not only offer nightly weekend dining, but
also grow and tend the grapes that bring you the
award winning Sagebrush Annie's and Stone Pine
Larry and Karina Hogan run a small
award winning winery and invite you to come out for a visit.
Double Gold or Gold Medals