8383 South 48th Street, Phoenix, AZ, USA
602.431.6474 | 602.431.6529
Rustlers Rooste Phoenix Reviews
Rustler's Rooste where you slide to your table Apr 30, 2008
This was an interesting, themed restaurant close to the Arizona Grand Resort.
A short (15 minute) walk up a steep hill, the peaked lights from this restaurant can be seen for mile and miles.
Specializing in good old fashioned barbecue and rattlesnake, guests can drink beer from a mason jar, the take slide from the upper floor to the lower floor, and, when seated by the window, have sweeping views of Phoenix.
Great seating for large groups, a balloon guy was walking around to every table with kids creating some pretty amazing balloon "things" such as a spiderman hat, a bicycle, and balloon shoes. Very original!
Pricing was average - a good sized hunk of prime rib was about $28.00, appetizers (too big for one person) were about $7.00, and a large selection of entrees' filled the menu.
Servers were dressed in cowboy gear..... and with the restaurant being so busy, servers were a bit short with us.
A long horned bull was corralled outside, which seemed a bit inhumane to me being such a tiny area, but I get the point of it.
It's a fun place to visit and a must-see for tourists.
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Great Place w/ live Country Western Music May 01, 1993
A short review from Rustlers Rooste. I was here with family back in -93.
Back then the appetizers were free, and you only paid for what you drank.
There were a country western singer there, and cousin Bob told him we were family from Norway. Which made the guy stand by our table, and let us choose some of the songs he were playing. He was at our table almost the entire time we were there. Way cool...
The funniest was when he playd "My Dingeling"... everyone in the restaurant was singing along.. Good memories :o)
A little history;
Rustler’s Rooste was established in 1971. The legend goes that the original site, atop a butte in the foothills of South Mountain, was a hideout for cattle rustlers. Today, it is Arizona’s Legendary Cowboy Steakhouse. It is located 15 minutes from downtown Phoenix and Tempe, 20 minutes from Scottsdale and 10 minutes from the airport.
Wanna know more, check out this link; http://www.rustlersrooste.com/krp.html
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