Throw us a Bone Rawhide !.
Fall is a great time to get out in the valley and enjoy the beautiful weather . The family wanted to go to Doom Town at Rawhide . We planed to eat and the check out all the rides and shows . The place was decked out with a headless horseman ,my little girl was freaked out before we even got into the park, a nice lady at the gate dressed as a witch calmed her down and told the Guy on the horse to take off she told us his name and impowered my daughter to contol the situation NO BEN NO! she told us about the shows and told us what would be good for little kids . The guy in the jail was rude it was like he just did not want to be there . That is a shame becuse we have gone to Rawhide a few times a year and it seems like it gets worse each time .The food was ok, it took forever and the waiter ,I think his name was Ty ,also did not want to be there . We looked forward to a good meal and our kids wanted to dance but I guess the lady with the band is gone .As parents of 5 kids it is great when you can go out to dinner and the kids are having fun too.
We had to pay to park but we got it back on our meal.
A complete let down !
Only go if you have money to waste.
WAY overpriced, loud and downright intrusive. Prime rib was so-so, but horseradish should be replaced with turpentine for an improvement. Beans were awful, some were leftover from prior user of the plate.
Band was great.
Overpriced as possibly could be. This is a 4 star restaurant bill at a 2 star place.
I couldn't believe that the entrees were around $25 a person. Our dinner for 5 with wine was close to $200. The dining room is one huge room, it's loud, noisy and not very high class, yet the prices they charge are for upper class fare. My ribs were not very tender or flavorful. The beans were bad, and you can't get a baked potato with your meal unless you do it a la carte, even if you decline the "cowboy beans" AND the steamed veggies (I think they were frozen Birds Eye veggies). The potato alone was 4 or 5 bucks...
The shops were nothing more than a tourist trap to separate you and your money. It was cheesy and tired... even though it's a new place. Don't waste your time. If it remains for more than a year or two, it's because they are trapping tourists and out of towners and not locals. I live within 10 miles of it, and I will NEVER go there again.
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME or MONEY.
I was a regular at Rawhide prior to them moving. My wife was the Comptroller there for several years prior to her death. Used to be great!! Been out to the new place 3 times. Couldn't believe it the first time and wanted to be fair since they had just moved and all.
DO NOT, repeat..DO NOT waste your time, money or gas to get there. It has the worst food I ever TRIED to eat. And a complaint about it brought absolutely no response other than the waiter took the steaks away and just brought us the check. Not even a Doggy Bag for our dog. But, maybe that was a good thing. Kind of attached to our mutt!! Wouldn't want to give her something that made us sick!!
Rawhide?? NEVER AGAIN!!
Don't waste your time.. This was my second trip to Rawhide and it will be my last. They have moved locations since last year and everything is awful. They have a Western town that is no more than a place to take your money. The sunset dinner was a bust. They had far too many patrons the evening we went. We were to leave at 6pm. The lines were so long that we did not eat until around 9pm. The food was poor. The beans were awful. I wanted a steak but I would have had to wait another 20 minutes because they ran out. I had the ribs and they were fair. They have become way too commercial, and they are so set on making money they they have traded quality for quantinty. So sad.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Steakhouse inside this Western theme park serves large portions of ribs, barbecue chicken, steaks, apple pies, oysters and rattlesnakes.
Decent. Bottom line: if you've got kids and/or a large party, and you're looking for average BBQ in a place where you can let the kids run rampant and make all the noise you want, this is the place. otherwise, find something else.
What a great idea for family fun. I took my family for the sunset dinner. They loved it!
There was so much going on, from dancing to dinner tales! We had the best time.
The food was perfect and the view was spectacular. There is no way anyone should leave this place without feeling good!
Unique Atmosphere and Broad Appeal!. There is something at Rawhide for members of any age group, background or field of interest. Rawhide's Steakhouse will satisfy the appetite of the most selective connoisseur of aged beefsteak or a tenderfoot from the big city who prefers vegetables to red meat. And the young'ens will be delighted with a special menu designed with the junior appetite in mind! Have a history buff, western music and dance officiando or critter lover in your group? Each will find plenty to hold their interest and without emptying the Trail Boss's money poke. And if you enjoy a unique shopping experience, you are unlikely to find a greater variety of interesting shops and crafts in the entire Southwest. The Western Hospitality and outstanding service herds Rawhide right to the top of the A-List for food and entertainment venues in this valley and the nation!
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