Where Do You Find Real Cowboy Food and a Yee Haw Time?
We’ve got you covered….tie up your horse (or park your rental car) and visit these first-rate real west restaurants:
Come for free country and western dance lessons, listen to live country bands and sit down to a real cowboy meal, such as pork ribs, beef brisket and chuckburgers, ground on site. Situated on 5 desert acres, this 6,000 square foot restaurant destination is a favorite among tourists.
Situated in the heart of Cave Creek, a longstanding fixture on the Western scene, Harold’s Cave Creek Corral is a must see on your Arizona vacation. Country and Western bands, cowboy-hatted crowds and good food, make this restaurant a fun night out on the town. Begin with the Ranch Hand Platter of fried zucchini and provolone and a heapin’ of wings, then order the steaks or chops including ribeye and western strip steak.
Handlebar J this Scottsdale restaurant landmark is a hot spot among locals and a great destination for visitors to Arizona. Start with corn on the cob, homemade fresh-from-the-oven biscuits and a sizzling steak. Listen to country music seven nights a week and get out on the dance floor. Free dance lessons are offered. The Herndon Brothers band is a local favorite at Handlebar J that gets the joint jumpin’ several nights a week.
In the heart of Cave Creek, visit Frontier Town and sit down to cowboy fixins at SilverSpur Saloon (www.silverspurasaloon.com). Enjoy tater skins, wings and a juicy steak. Take in the wild west scene at this western restaurant.
Scottsdale’s Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse just celebrated 50 years. This longstanding tourist hot spot serves up mesquite broiled steaks with heaping portions of wild west fun including dancing to live country bands.