Anybody caught eating newfangled foods like fish tacos here would probably be hanged from the rafters—along with the ties snipped from city slickers who overdressed. This cowboy steakhouse serves basic, not stellar, fare: mesquite-broiled steak, ribs, chicken, and grilled fish with salad and pinto beans. The restaurant is part of the somewhat kitschy, family-friendly Trail Dust Town, a re-creation of a turn-of-the-20th-century town, complete with a working antique carousel, a narrow-gauge train, and Western stunt shows staged outside nightly at 7 and 8. Expect a long wait on weekends.
Aug 8, 2007
I've eaten here several times for military functions, as the owner of Pinnacle Peak restaurants as well as many of the other businesses in this "little town" are very pro-military. This is much appreciated, though the food is standard American fare. You'll get a decent steak and sides here, but don't expect to get wowed. The atmosphere is very fun though!