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Pinnacle Peak Patio closing auction – buy a piece of the West

Pinnacle Peak Patio, a cowboy steakhouse and Arizona Icon, is riding off into the sunset. Their last day of operation is June 28th. Local auction company, Surplus Asset Management, is inviting the public down to own a piece of the wild west at a live auction on Saturday, July 11th. Pinnacle Peak Patio will sell many of the rustic treasures collected over the nearly 60 years they have been giving local residents a cowboy experience for the whole family.

You will also have a chance to see for one last time the famous necktie collection, featuring nearly one million neckties that have literally been cut off attendees who broke the “no necktie” policy by showing up for a cowboy style dinner in a shirt and tie.

Saturday, July 11, 2015

10426 E. Jomax Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85262

Organized by: Surplus Asset Management

Register to bid: samauctions.com

Pinnacle Peak Patio was founded in 1957 as a small store that sold beer and bait to fishermen traveling to nearby lakes. The original owner offered a simple steak dinner consisting of a 32-ounce Porterhouse steak cooked over mesquite wood. What started as a weekend experiment ultimately has become a great memory for Arizona residents. Big Marv, the grill manager has been with Pinnacle Peak for 53 years and has served nearly 12 million pounds of beef to local families.


Top 5 Accommodations: Outdoor Venues (Spring-Summer 2014)

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Get ready to experience Arizona’s spring/summer 2014 Top 5 Accommodations in Outdoor Venues! And use Experience AZ to guide you toward a visit that will make you want to come back time after time to keep crossing the must see hot spots off your Top 5 lists.

Top 5 Accommodations: Outdoor Venues

Fort McDowell Adventures
14803 N. Hiawatha Hood Rd. Fort McDowell, AZ 85264

(480) 816-6465
Featuring hiking, biking, kayaking, Jeep tours, cattle drives, cultural heritage tours, team building and trail rides through the Verde River. Experience outdoor fun in the Valley of the Sun’s most pristine setting.

Greasewood Flat
27375 N. Alma School Pkwy. Scottsdale, AZ 85262

(480) 585-9430
The bar and restaurant, which has been around for more than 30 years, is housed in a 120-year-old bunkhouse and is a favorite among locals, bikers and visitors.

The Duce
525 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

(602) 866-3823
Housed in a brick-and-corrugated-metal building constructed in 1928, The Duce us dedicated to serving the downtown office and events crowds and offers a restaurant, full bar, gym, coffee bar, old-fashioned soda fountain, fresh organic produce stand and retro clothing and collectibles.

Pinnacle Peak Patio
10426 E. Jomax Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85262

(480) 585-1599
Picture your group having a rip roarin’ cowboy cookout under the stars. Since 1957, Pinnacle Peak Patio has been serving large and small groups at corporate events, wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, holiday parties and bar mitzvahs.

Rawhide Western Town At Wild Horse Pass
5700 W. North Loop Rd. Chandler, AZ 85226

(480) 502-5600
Arizona’s largest Western-themed attraction, with desert stagecoach and train rides, rock climbing, mechanical bull and more. Theatrical performances include shootouts, gun twirling and musical performances.

Pinnacle Peak Patio

Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse To Celebrate Reopening This Spring

Longtime owners of Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse are planning for a rebranding party in February to reintroduce the restaurant to the public as well as to celebrate its return to owner Harvey McElhanon who regained ownership after it was purchased and slated to be redeveloped into a resort..

Pinnacle Peak Patio, 1969Opened in 1957, Pinnacle Peak Patio is one of Scottsdale’s oldest restaurants. The restaurant offers a wide breadth of cowboy-inspired meals, ranging from the signature 32 oz. porterhouse steaks and filet mignon to baby back ribs with the Peaks’ signature prickly pear chipotle barbeque sauce and home-brewed “Sonoran” brand beers.

The restaurant is also famous for its collection of clipped neckties and various traditions, including the “well-done steak,” which entails an old leather boot on a plate when someone orders a well-done steak.

The restaurant has attracted a veritable “Who’s Who” of American diners, including the likes of former U.S. President George W. Bush, Arizona Senators Barry Goldwater and John Bobby Flay at Pinnacle Peak PatioMcCain and A-list celebrity diners, including Jane Russell, Paul Newman, Tom Cruise, Glen Campbell, Wayne Newton, Alice Cooper, Hugh Downs, Patrick Swayze, David Hasselhoff, Liza Minnelli, Willie Mays, Michael J. Fox and Tanya Tucker, among others.

Pinnacle Peak Patio also served as a backdrop for Steven Spielberg’s very first project ― a nine-minute, 8mm film entitled “The Last Gunfight” in 1958.

Pinnacle Peak Patio houses seven different areas that can host a wide range of events. West 40 is a bi-level room with two bars, two fireplaces and a dance floor. The Gunslinger Saloon is home to an on-site “Sonoran” brewery from which guests can have fresh drinks.

There are also patios for those who prefer old-fashioned cookouts. On top of that, inside dining is available in the lower level and the upper level of the restaurant where wooden tables with red-and-white checkered cloths are placed next to memorabilia telling the tales of the restaurant from a different day and age.

“We have been here for 50 years, and we look forward to the next 50 years, as I have never enjoyed so much as my 80-plus-hour-work weeks at (Pinnacle Peak Patio) with my favorite staff and family,” says Harvey McElhanon, owner of Pinnacle Peak Patio, in a press release.

Even though the restaurant will undergo several improvements in the next few months, it will remain open for business. It will also have a grand reopening this spring.

For more information about Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, including hours and its menu, please visit pppatio.com.

Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse

When: Monday – Thursday, 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday – Saturday, 4 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Sunday, 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: 10426 E. Jomax Rd., Scottsdale
Contact: (480) 585-1599
Online: pppatio.com