A piece of Scottsdale’s history is closing its doors for good on June 28. Pinnacle Peak Patio, the iconic western steak house near Pinnacle Peak, will shutter forever on that day. When it opened in 1957 it had room for 30 diners and was out in the middle of nowhere land. It is famous for its 2-pound Porterhouse steak and hodgepodge of neckties dangling from the ceiling. For 60 years, Pinnacle Peak Patio has opened its doors to locals and tourists alike who were hankering for the true Old West experience. Saw dust covered the floors of the restaurant and saloon, and visitors who wore ties were greeted with a pair of scissors for the ritual of cutting the tie and hanging it in the rafters. More than 1 million ties are currently hanging in the restaurant, as well as old license plates, art work, historical memorabilia and other items.
The 10-acre site has been bought by developers and will build 55 patio homes where Pinnacle Peak Patio once stood.
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