Pinnacle Peak Patio to auction western collectables

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Scottsdale’s Pinnacle Peak Patio, known famously as being a cowboy steakhouse and Arizona icon, shut its doors on June 28 and is to be auctioning off the western memorabilia.

For those interested in owning their own piece of Wild West paraphernalia, Surplus Asset Management is inviting the public to a live auction of the treasures from Pinnacle Peak Patio at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 11.

Pinnacle Peak Patio has been collecting unique Wild West items for over 60 years in order to provide guests with a genuine cowboy dining experience, according to a press release. The auction will also be a chance for guests to see the famous necktie collection that features almost one million neckties that have been cut off of those who broke the restaurants “no necktie” policy, showing up to eat in a shirt and tie and no cowboy attire, stated the release.

The live auction will take place at 10426 E. Jomax Road in Scottsdale. To register to bid on the event go to, samauctions.com or check out Pinnacle Peak Patio at http://www.pppatio.com.

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