Pinnacle Peak Patio
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Pinnacle Peak Patio started out in 1957 as a small store that sold beer and bait to fishermen traveling to nearby lakes. The original
owner, wanting to increase sales, offered a simple steak dinner consisting of a 32-ounce Porterhouse steak cooked over mesquite wood.
Its reputation grew as a place known for snipping off the necktie of anyone who dared enter its doors dressed so formal.
Along with "Greasewood Flats" that closed before "The Patio" Scottsdale has lost its Old West flavor that made it so
popular back in the day and has traded it all in for bland suburbia.  We have now lost a big piece of our Arizona identity.
SAY GOODBYE TO AN OLD FRIEND