Rustler's Rooste Restaurant, Phoenix, Arizona

8383 S 48th St, Phoenix, Arizona 85044

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Address: 8383 S 48th St, Phoenix, Arizona 85044

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Phone: 602-431-6474
Hours: Mon-Sun 5 pm - 10 pm More Info
Price: Free

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  • Visited: 2008-06-01
  • Submitted: 2013-05-18 05:08:40.0
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Submitted by: Mark W.

I arrived with my three year old asleep in her car seat.  She was probably out for the night.  I promptly woke her up and after passing a rather large bull we entered the cave.  A few more turns and we entered the restaurant on the second floor.  At this point, we were given the choice of slide or stairs down to the dining area.  I parted ways with my daughter at this point.  I didn't need The DVD player to entertain her this meal, the slide entertained her till the food arrived.  She came back briefly in tears with an incoherent story about some collision, and then went back to sliding.  With some older kids present, letting a three year old free to slide was a little dubious, but sipping my water in silenc...

Submitted by: Thomas S.

Now the last time I was at The Rooste, I was bedazzled in pink Hello Kitty cowboy hat taking home first prize. I think it was some kind of yelp sticker lol! And that's when I got the full flavor of this meaty, enormous yet charming country restaurant/bar/event facility/iconic Phoenix restaurant. We yelpers devoured the buffet and downed some free beer. This time, a little different...Let the sawdust fly! Picture this. South Mountain. Covered in careening white mini vans and large American cars. Children. Everywhere. Like Children of the Corn. Octogenarians with walkers complete with two yellow tennis balls. Parents scrambling to keep their brood in order. Teenagers glued to their smart phones, completely una...

Submitted by: Kathi M.

An interesting place to go. Cowboy theme all the way here! Beautiful settings around the structures around the outside of the restaurant. They have a smelly bull outside that looks cute and pointy. The entrance has quite an incline when you get inside. There is an option to go down the slide but it is mobbed by kids going down it and then climbing right back up the stairs. You will have to stake your claim because that line is fierce! :) The prime rib was good and the Melon Margarita was better then good. The Beef Nachos were AWESOME. I would get that for my meal and not miss a thing. The band that was playing was a great older country band that had people dancing. It was a relaxing country, not the put on s...

Submitted by: Marie M.

Love this place and better yet, so did my kid!  Great food (there is a ton of it) and even better atmosphere.  Don't count on the...

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