Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse and Microbrewery
Once a general store and rest stop, Pinnacle Peak restaurant now serves good "cowboy fare", like a two-pound porterhouse and mesquite-grilled ribs. More of an attraction for tourists and large parties, the venue has room for 1,800 people inside and another 2,000 on picnic tables outside (which is why Pinnacle Peak calls itself the world's largest western steakhouse). The restaurant features a faux western town, hayrides, a costumed old west photo opportunity, and microbrewery. There's even a saw-dust dance floor where patrons dance to live country bands.