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Stockyards Restaurant

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Sun, 20/01
20:00
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Certificate of Excellence2015 - 2018 Winner
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Food and ambience

Special Occasion Dining, Romantic, Groups, Business meetings

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Menu

APPETIZERS‎
$18.00
Shrimp Cocktail
$12.00
Mushrooms Rockefeller
$12.00
Paloma Ranch Calf Fries
With cocktail sauce
$16.00
Wild Boar and Venison Sausages with Apple-Cranberry Chutney
$24.00
Gold Coast Seafood Gratin
Lobster, shrimp and scallops, baked in a garlic cream sauce, and served with garlic toast
SOUPS AND SALADS‎
Cup $5.00
Bowl $8.00
Soup of the Day
Cup $5.00
Bowl $8.00
Stockyards Steak Soup
Cup $5.00
Bowl $8.00
Ground Tenderloin Chili with Cornbread
Cup
$5.00
Stockyards House Salad
$10.00
Classic Caesar
With shaved parmesan
$10.00
Green Goddess Salad
Chopped romaine tossed with traditional creamy herb dressing
$10.00
Western Wedge
With roasted garlic ranch dressing and blue cheese crumbles
$10.00
Pear Salad
Mixed greens, pears, roquefort and pecans, with a celery seed vinaigrette
ROAST PRIME RIB OF BEEF‎
Creamed horseradish & natural juices
$48.00
18 Oz Cattle Baron's Cut
$38.00
12 Oz Cowboy Cut
$32.00
8 Oz Tenderfoot Cut
STOCKYARDS STEAKS‎
Served with whiskey peppercorn demi-glace or bearnaise on the side
$55.00
20 Oz Porterhouse
$38.00
12 Oz Ribeye
$46.00
16 Oz Ribeye
$38.00
12 Oz New York Strip
$46.00
16 Oz New York Strip
$34.00
5 Oz Filet Mignon
$40.00
8 Oz Filet Mignon
$48.00
12 Oz Filet Mignon
$30.00
7 Oz Campfire Sirloin
SIGNATURES‎
$90.00
Chateaubriand for Two
$64.00
Beef and Reef
8oz filet and seafood gratin
OSCARS‎
$48.00
Filet
$40.00
Salmon
$46.00
Oscar Pairing
(1 filet, 1 salmon) two medallions served on toasted garlic rounds, and topped with asparagus, crabmeat and béarnaise sauce
ENTREES‎
$32.00
Skillet Salmon
Citrus chile glaze and rice pilaf
$28.00
Crunchy Onion Breaded Pork Medallions
Stone ground mustard sauce
$32.00
Southwestern Scampi Style Shrimp
Rice pilaf
$24.00
Poblano and Pepper Jack Stuffed Chicken Breast
Ancho chile cream sauce
$30.00
Grilled New York Strip Steak Sandwich
Fries
$28.00
Buffalo Meatloaf
Pan gravy and whipped potatoes
$26.00
Tortilla Crusted Pan Seared Rainbow Trout
Warm onion and chile pepper relish
$32.00
Crunchy Fried Shrimp Platter
Cocktail sauce and fries
$24.00
Grilled Chopped Steak
12 oz patty, caramelized onions and mushroom gravy
$20.00
Half Pound Steak Burger
Grilled onions and cheddar with fries
THE "CLASSICS"‎
$45
The “Classics” are menu items that have stood the test of time. Perennial favorites, these items continue to enjoy widespread popularity with today’s diners. Although some of these menu items have appeared on fine dining menus for hundreds of years, they remain relevant on today’s fine dining scene. We hope you enjoy them.
Green Goddess Salad
Chopped romaine tossed with traditional creamy herb dressing this California creation originated at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco in 1923. Executive Chef Phillip Roemer created this salad to honor actor George Arliss who was the lead in William Archer's hit play "The Green Goddess". The dressing was named for its tint, and includes garlic, anchovy, parsley, chives, tarragon, lemon juice and mayonnaise. Prior to the advent of ranch dressing this was the most popular salad dressing on the west coast.
Shrimp Scampi   rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables
According to the Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink, Scampi is a Venetian term, dating in English print to 1920.  What is Scampi?  The answers vary, but most fall into two categories; a type of shrimp or a preparation of shrimp. The earliest reference to Shrimp Scampi in the New York Times is a restaurant advertisement published in 1956 for the Tenakill Restaurant in Englewood, N.J. There are many variations of Shrimp Scampi.  Our version consists of five Jumbo Shrimp sautéed in butter with fresh garlic, lemon juice, white wine and chopped parsley.
Strawberry Shortcake
Our "Classic" dessert is Strawberry Shortcake. The earliest version was created by Native Americans and introduced to early American settlers in the 1600's but it wouldn't be until the 1800's that Strawberry Shortcake as we know it was created. In 1850 Strawberry Shortcake parties were all the rage in the U.S. as a celebration of the coming summer. While the origins and evolution of Strawberry Shortcake are somewhat uncertain, the popularity of Strawberry Shortcake is undeniable. It is not only a "Classic", it is an American tradition.
SIDES‎
$6.00
Garlic Toast
$8.00
Mushroom Skillet
$7.00
Seasonal Vegetable
$8.00
Old Fashioned Buttermilk Onion Rings
$8.00
Parmesan Potato Stack
$6.00
French Fries
$8.00
Loaded Baked Potato
$7.00
Whipped Potatoes
$8.00
Creamed Spinach
$6.00
Rice Pilaf
About
In 1947, The Stockyards, Arizona's Original Steakhouse opened its doors for the first time with a menu focused solely on its historical past; beef. Staying true to its heritage, the menu continues to feature only the finest corn-fed, aged steaks.
PRICE RANGE
US$ 50 - US$ 60
Special Diets
Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner
CUISINES
American, Steakhouse
FEATURES
Takeout, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Reservations, Private Dining, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Stockyards restaurant is an excellent lunch or dinner destination. I have frequently eaten here over the past 10 years and never disappointed. Food and service is outstanding within a very warm and comforting decor.

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank Huntmax
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went here for N Y Eve with 2 other couples. I had the baby back ribs - to die for ! My wife had a prime rib and others had steaks and ?? We all enjoyed our dinners - I should have looked at the...More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My husband and I visit our local “go to” steakhouse in the Seattle area often and so I would say I have high standards. We arrived early for our 7:15 reservation, were seated right away which was very nice. The bus person promptly delivered bread...More

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank Cheryl D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Restaurants with history and character are few and far between in Phoenix. While there is shortage of decent food, everything is recently constructed, big-box and formulaic. This place is a welcome exception. The fantastic food is complemented by excellent service and a classic, comfortable steakhouse...More

Date of visit: November 2018
Thank Frankie_Hummus
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My son and I went to My Granddaughters his Daughters College Graduation, While there we ate at Stockyards. it was a very nice and proffesional. The food is very very good.

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank Rene M
Reviewed 11 December 2018

Everything was wonderful! The service, the ambience, the food, the wine, everything! A great place to celebrate any special occasion!

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank ArizonaTravelbug
Reviewed 8 December 2018

I was assisted by Janet with our group reservation she was fantastic. The service was excellent, cold drinks and beer. Each order was served as ordered and perfect. We enjoyed the Shrimp Cocktail and a medium rare Rib-eye with Whisky mashed Sweet Potatoes. Too full...More

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank BigdogAZ2014
Reviewed 6 December 2018

Fantastic waitress and staff. Beautiful black leather booth. Not Cheap. Dinner for 3 with one drink was $150... BUT The BEST steak I have ever had in 56 years. Melt in you mouth , cut it with a fork, 16oz Ribeye. Cooked a perfect Medium...More

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank scottfortress
Reviewed 6 December 2018

Great piece of prime rib. Good have a better wine list but I did find one we liked. Sides were very good and the crudites were interesting (watermelon radish?)

Date of visit: December 2018
Thank czmdivenut
Reviewed 27 November 2018

My wife and I dined here when we were in Phoenix for a conference. Everything was superb: cozy booth, historic atmosphere, attentive server (18 years on the job!), velvety steak and potatoes, delectable wine, and decadent dessert. Would return in a heartbeat!

Date of visit: November 2018
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