All dinners include choice of House Salad or Soup of the Day, Baked Potato, Whipped Potatoes, Parmesan Potato Stack, Whiskey Sweet Potato Mash, Rice Pilaf or Fries



Shrimp Cocktail 16
Mushroom Rockefeller 12
Paloma Ranch Calf Fries
with Cocktail Sauce 12
Wild Boar and Venison Sausages
with Apple-Cranberry Chutney 14
Gold Coast Seafood Gratin 24
Lobster, Shrimp and Scallops, baked in a Garlic Cream Sauce, and served with Garlic Toast


Soups and Salads

Soup of the Day Cup 5 / Bowl 8
Stockyards Steak Soup Cup 5 / Bowl 8
Ground Tenderloin Chili with Cornbread  Cup 5 / Bowl 8
Stockyards House Salad 5
Classic Caesar
Shaved Parmesan 9
Green Goddess Salad
Chopped Romaine tossed with traditional Creamy Herb Dressing 9
Western Wedge
Roasted Garlic Ranch Dressing and Blue Cheese Crumbles 9
Pear Salad
Mixed Greens, Pears, Roquefort and Pecans, with a Celery Seed Vinaigrette 9


Roast Prime Rib of Beef*

18 oz Cattle Baron's Cut 42
12 oz Cowboy Cut 34
8 oz Tenderfoot Cut 28


Stockyards Steaks

Served with Whiskey Peppercorn Demi-Glace or Bearnaise on the side

The Arizona Cut 24 oz Bone-In Ribeye 60
12 oz Ribeye 38 / 16 oz Ribeye 46
12 oz New York Strip 38 / 16 oz New York Strip 46
5 oz Filet Mignon 34 / 8 oz Filet Mignon 40 / 12 oz Filet Mignon 48
7 oz Campfire Sirloin 30
20 oz Porterhouse 48
20 oz Buffalo Ribeye 75



Chateaubriand for Two 90
Beef and Reef 64
8oz Filet and Seafood Gratin


Filet 48
Oscar Pairing
(1 Filet, 1 Salmon)
Two Medallions served on Toasted Garlic Rounds, and Topped with Asparagus, Crabmeat and Béarnaise Sauce 46


Twin 4oz Lobster Tails
Drawn Butter and Parmesan Potato Stack
Skillet Salmon*
Citrus Chile Glaze and Rice Pilaf
Crunchy Onion Breaded Pork Medallions
Stone Ground Mustard Sauce
Southwestern Scampi Style Shrimp
Rice Pilaf 32
Poblano and Pepper Jack Stuffed Chicken Breast
Ancho Chile Cream Sauce
Grilled New York Strip Steak Sandwich*
Buffalo Meatloaf
Pan Gravy and Whipped Potatoes
Tortilla Crusted Pan Seared Rainbow Trout
Warm Onion and Chile Pepper Relish
Crunchy Fried Shrimp Platter
Cocktail Sauce and Fries
Grilled Chopped Steak*
12 oz Patty, Caramelized Onions and Mushroom Gravy 24
Half Pound Steak Burger*
Grilled Onions and Cheddar with Fries 20
Calf's Liver
Caramelized Onions, Smoked Bacon, Mustard Sauce and Whipped Potatoes
Sonoran-Sauced BBQ Baby-Back Ribs
Coleslaw and Fries Full Slab
28 / Half Slab 22

Add Seafood to any entree:
4oz Lobster Tail 20
(2) Shrimp 8
(3) Seared Sea Scallops 10
Seafood Gratin 24

The "Classics" Menu

$50 per person

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.

Steak Diane
Whipped Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Brandy and Pepper Cream Sauce with Mushrooms There are multiple claims for the origin of this dish. Food historians firmly believe the dish originated in New York City in the late 1950's or early 1960's, probably at the Drake Hotel. There are also many variations to the recipe. Our version is a true "Classic" consisting of two medallions of Filet Mignon, topped with a brandy and pepper cream sauce that includes a touch of mustard and sautéed sliced mushrooms. The dish is believed to get its name from the Roman Goddess of the hunt; Diana.

Strawberry Shortcake
Our "Classic" dessert for the summer 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 of 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.


Garlic Toast 5
Mushroom Skillet 8
Seasonal Vegetable 7
Old Fashioned Buttermilk Onion Rings 7
Parmesan Potato Stack  8
French Fries  5
Loaded Baked Potato 7
Whipped Potatoes 6
Creamed Spinach 7
Rice Pilaf 5
Whiskey Sweet Potato Mash 7
Cowboy Beans
with Chorizo and Roasted Corn
Twice-Baked Potato
with Chives, Smoked Bacon, Pepper Jack and Cheddar 8



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