COVID-19 Update: Effective March 17, 2020 through March 31, 2020, Trail Dust Town amusements and the Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros stunt show are temporarily suspended due to precautions against the spread of Covid-19. Please check back, as the situation is constantly developing. If you have questions regarding booked events you may email us at email@example.com. Individual stores in Trail Dust Town are NOT included in this update. Please contact them directly to find out if there are any changes to their hours. Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to seeing you all soon!
Seating Monday - Friday from 5pm to 10pm & Saturday - Sunday from 4:30pm to 10pm
Call us at 520-296-0911
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Reservations are accepted by phone for groups of 10 or more. Smaller groups can call the restaurant to be on the “Call Ahead” list.
Menu items ranging from $8.99 up to $31.99
Trail Dust Town is proud to be the home of Pinnacle Peak, the original Cowboy Steakhouse here in Tucson. Pinnacle Peak opened in 1962 and quickly became a staple of the Tucson culture with its unique “old west” atmosphere and family friendly attitude. Locally owned and operated, the restaurant still serves the best steaks in Tucson and cooks all of them over real mesquite wood. The steakhouse is most famous as the birthplace of the Cowboy Steak, a delicious steak cut from the shortloin and cooked over an open fire. The service is quick and friendly and for many of the guests, the restaurant feels like home. The steakhouse has a diverse menu offering steaks, brisket, pork ribs, chicken, and vegetarian dishes as well as a children’s menu.
A trip to Pinnacle Peak is not complete without at least stopping into the saloon to take a look at an 1890’s faithful bar. The Silver Dollar Saloon features delicious cocktails, local draft beers, and a selection of fine wines. You might even decide to grab something to whet your whistle while heading back out to explore Trail Dust Town.
And remember, NO TIES ALLOWED!!
Millie’s has been a Tucson institution since originally opening in 1982. Upon opening, Mildred Novak wanted to create a place for her guests to escape the stress of everyday life and feel at home. That simple idea resonated with the city and now all these years later, the philosophy remains the same. The service staff has a passion for service and wants to make sure every guest leaves feeling great. The kitchen makes everything from scratch, from their soups to crepes and of course their pancakes. The décor is designed to make you feel comfortable right from walking in the door. All of this combines to make Millie’s one of Tucson’s favorite places for breakfast, brunch, and lunch!