T-Bone Steak House - Phoenix
This former private residence was transformed into a restaurant in the 1940s, then became T-Bone Steak House in 1972. It's a local favorite, particularly with ranchers and farmers.Read More
The restaurant is rustic with an authentic Western setting, and if you get seats outside, you'll get sweeping views of the valley and South Mountain.
With every entree, diners get access to the salad bar, plus cowboy beans and honey whole wheat bread with butter. Options include a host of steaks (40-ounce porterhouse for two; plus filet mignon, New York strip, rib-eye), seafood and smoked chicken. A children's menu includes burgers, chicken and smaller portion of steak.