T-Bone Steak House Knows Steak!
T-Bone Steak House, located on the side of South Mountain, was once a private residence. Constructed in the 1920s out of river rock and adobe, the building was turned into a restaurant in the 1940s, catering to local ranchers and farmers. In 1972, it was officially named T-Bone Steak House and it has been a local favorite ever since.
For over 40 years, we have been serving the finest mesquite broiled steaks, salmon, trout, pork chops and chicken this side of the Salt River. Join us for dinner and journey back to a simpler time when a beautiful view and the company of friendly folks was all one needed.
Arizona Republic –
“One of the best views in the Valley paired with good cowboy chow makes this steakhouse a hit with visitors, but locals can’t resist the charm either…”