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Pinnacle Peak Patio
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Generations of visitors, hankering for an Old West experience, set foot in the dusty wooden establishment,
known for its 2-pound porterhouse steaks and hodgepodge of neckties dangling from the ceiling.
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Generations of visitors, hankering for an Old West experience, set foot in the dusty wooden establishment,
known for its 2-pound porterhouse steaks and hodgepodge of neckties dangling from the ceiling.
They've been serving up steaks and playing country music at Pinnacle Peak Patio since 1957.
The restaurant is known for its "no tie" rule and over one million customers, including some of the rich and famous,
have had their ties cut off and hung from the restaurant's ceiling.