Built in the 1950s by cattle baron Edward A. Tovrea, The Stockyards Steakhouse sat adjacent to a 200-acre feedlot (and the heart of Arizona’s cattle industry) for more than a decade. The smelly beeves are gone now, but the state’s rich history, evident in the branding iron chandeliers, Western art and opulent 1899 saloon, is ever-present. The burly steakhouse vibe is backed up by great steaks and calf fries, which you should try if you’ve got the cojones.
Best Slice of AZ History with your Steak
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The Stockyards Steakhouse
5009 E. Washington St.