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Just gobble like a cowboy: Top 5 Wild West restaurants for home cooked food and steamed meats
It was the Wild West before the luxury resort, extensive course and eye-catching restaurants came into the valley. The Phoenix subway still has many wild west cultural features, with places like Cave Creek, Old Town Scottsdale and Rawhide giving the visitor the feeling that they have simply walked on the sets of a classical western movie.
There is even a feuds between Scottsdale and Creek that claim to be "The West's Most Western Town". "Thus begins Creek Island with the song Where the Wild West Leives. "These are some of the best Rootin' tootin' restaurants to hug your inner cowboy as well as your inner girl. If you' re hugging the Wild West, this Café Creek is no fun.
The Buffalo Chip houses a beloved garden grill with barbecued and cured favourites such as infant spareribs and cured chest; and down-to-earth meals such as a three-quarter lb fin-eyed, south roasted hen, frying sausage and crumbed wels. You can not only experience the Taurus ride but also take part in it. There is also a salon with real life from Wednesday to Saturday evening, with dancing classes on Thursday and Friday evening.
Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek. Stockyards was re-opened next year despite a fire in 1953 and has maintained some of its initial functions, such as a hand-carved Kirsch Mahagonibar and a Helen Tovrea-designed Glaslüster. This legendary place is celebrating beef. Chateaubriand for two is also on the menue if your mouths aren't pouring yet; and a Wildwest grill with barbecued moose, hake, wild pig and wildwurst.
Located down in Queen Creek, this quaint place gets crowded, especially on weekends. Horseshoe sculpture, wood casks and smoking foot sculpture give the Western atmosphere to the place and almost every evening a scene presents life soundtrack. Inside, the wall is full of works of art and photographs from the Wild West; artefacts such as lassoes, old implements, genuine leathers, seats and waistcoats; and cartwheel candlesticks.
Six-eight hundred and fifty W. Hunt Highway, Queen Creek. Cave Creek's restaurants are the Wildwestsalon and the Cave Creek Cave. Harold Gavagan bought the place in 1950 and it became Harold's Cave Creek Corral. Huge room with room for 600 inside and 200 outside, it is a favourite venue for big Cave Creek shows from Wild West Days to July 4th pyrotechnics.
Typical recipes included roasted poultry steaks, roasted poultry, spareribs, smoked trip-tip sandwiches and filled spicy chilli. Harold's offers Wednesday through Saturday evening rock and roll with artists such as the Arizona Blues Project, Mogollon and the Crown King. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek. Opened in 1971 on a roof at the foot of South Mountain.
Artefacts from the west and animals' horn line the wooden wall and the ground is coated with sawn flour. There' s lots of fun, among them western countryside acts, a metal chute, a wandering mage and a cascade. There is a large terrace with fireplaces and a panoramic view. You will find old menus featuring old beef products inspired by civilization, such as the Trail Boss Porthouse beef product, the Wrangler Red Sea Dragon and the No Bones About It Primer rib in four different flavours, from 8 to 24 oz.
Grilled and roasted hens, burger, seafood and, if you are adventure -seeking, crunchy rattlesnakes with prickly frites. Grab the specially designed two ( or more )owboy menu that comes with lettuce, crunchy prawns, grilled hen, cowboys, shellfish and meat steaks, French fry, fruits, grilled spare ribs, corncobs, rolls roll and herbs.
The Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, Loop 101 and Indian Bend Road in the Salt River Reserve, near Scottsdale. Great tasting: Big VIP tasting: Join Martha: autographed copy of Martha Stewart's latest cook book, excluding tastings, Swagbag, all the benefits of VIP Grand Tasting. $20 extra for the Grand Tasting or VIP Grand Tasting Tickets.