Holiday Parties – Lunch Menu
The all wood walls echo with history and are full of things from different points in time of this area and the west in general. Many ranchers brought their brands and branded the walls. Our critter out front, an long horn steer named Horney greets you upon arrival. Take our Famous “Tin” Slide into the dining room. (for the faint of heart, there’s a staircase). All this with the muted comfort of sawdust covered floors and the aroma of mesquite grilling promises the elusive cowboy experience.
Congratulations to this stunning couple!
Chelsie and Ryne hosted a truly memorable wedding overlooking Phoenix with their friends and family at Rustler’s Rooste.
Unique places to eat in Phoenix
PHOENIX – The Phoenix metro is home to some delicious and unique restaurants. Whether you want to dine in an old church, along an airport runway, or with a real bull, Phoenix has a place for you. We found some of the most interesting eateries that will be sure to impress your out-of-town relatives.
Rustler’s Roost Steakhouse
When it comes to Rustler’s Roost, the only question you have to ask is if you’re ready for some rattlesnake. Yes, authentic rattlesnake is on the appetizer menu. This Western-themed restaurant, bar, and banquet hall is located near the Arizona Grand Resort. Make sure to snap a picture with Horney, the bull. Yes, he’s real. – ABC15
“Nestled in the South Mountain buttes, Ruster’s Rooste is the premier place to bring folks who want to experience an old-time Arizona steakhouse vibe. It’s family-friendly, there’s a tin slide for the little rascals to play on, and the general store inside has just enough cowboy kitsch to impress your Midwestern relatives who don’t know a glass scorpion paperweight from shinola. Get duded up in your best Western duds, order up a frosty longneck, and listen to the live country music with an unrivaled view of the twinkling lights of civilization below. CHO” – Phoenix New Times
Rustler’s Rooste Restaurant Presents:
The Third Annual ALL YOU CAN EAT “Grooves, Hooves,” Pig Roast & Western BBQ with James Otto live Music featuring his current single Somewhere Tonight.
11am Sunday, April 17th, 2016
Pre-order Adults – $40++
Day-of Adults – $45++
Kids 5-12 $10++
Live Music – James Otto Concert 3pm.
Chicken Wing Eating Contest – $100 for 1st place, $50 for 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
Corn-hole Tournament – $300 for 1st Place and $200 to 2nd place team.
Balloon Twisters 11:30-2:30pm
Face Painters 11:30-2:30pm
Shawn the Magician 12pm-2pm
Cash Bar (Drink specials coming soon.)
Menu: ( ALL YOU CAN EAT )
Smoked chicken wings
Rustler’s Rooste Rustic Red Potato salad
Macaroni and Cheese
BBQ Cowboy Beans
Homemade Dutch Oven Peach Cobbler
(Food line closes at 245pm.)
“A very special congratulations goes to this amazing couple! Sas and Mike hosted the perfect intimate wedding with their friends and loved ones. What a fun evening watching this lovely wedding unfold!! Here’s the photo highlights from this weekend!
“For large group celebrations with a Western flair, there’s Rustler’s Rooste. This cowboy steakhouse offers great city views, communal seating and a festive, family-friendly ambiance. Plus, the cowboy dinner banquet has enough food to feed a small army of steak-lovers.” USA TODAY 10Best
Rustler’s Rooste is likely the most carefree cowboy bar you’ll ever visit. The massive restaurant offers steak dinners, fish options, ribs, and rattle snake, plus, every table gets a hearty post-dinner serving of cotton candy. Inside the restaurant, you can wander around two stories and slide down the famous slide. Outside, you can hang out on the balcony, where you can catch a nice view of Arizona’s mountains and — if you time it right — a breathtaking sunset. It’s a family friendly spot, and can be reserved for private parties or receptions. The saloon opens at 4 p.m. and stays open late; the steakhouse serves from 5 to 10 p.m. Oh, and don’t forget to say “Hi” to Horney the Bull at some point while you’re there. You can’t miss him. – Phoenix New Times
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