Winchester Ranch Steakhouse
Western Destinations invites you to experience the new Winchester Ranch Steakhouse. Located in Williams, Arizona, the Gateway to the Grand Canyon, right across from the Grand Canyon Railway. Winchester Ranch Steakhouse offers World Class dining for everyone to enjoy. You're invited to experience a taste of the Old West!
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Doors open at 5pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Dinner Reservations preferred: Contact us Today! (928) 635-2220
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About Winchester Ranch Steakhouse
As folks enter the Winchester-rifle-handled, large wooden doors, they are immediately transported from a spacious patio into a natural setting of an Old-West environment adorned with extravagant use of rich woods, river rock and wagon-wheel light fixtures. The spacious dining room boasts a running waterfall, inviting stone fireplace, a large bar and handcrafted tables and chairs all surrounding a massive grand staircase, which leads up to the theater. In front of a red velvet curtain, a variety of western entertainment from musical acts to hoop dancers and gun twirlers (appropriate for all ages) will take the stage. Guests can enjoy beverages from the bar, as well, and will be amused by playful vignettes of the Old-West, such as a schoolhouse, post office and jailhouse that surround the theater.
With its rich legacy, Winchester Ranch Steakhouse was originally built as Pine Crest Dairy & Farm in 1952 by the Gonzales family, and provided milk for all of Williams and surrounding towns. Years after the dairy had closed; the property was purchased by new owners, Rich Millard and Karen Greene. Keeping the original structure in place, they constructed the amazing Winchester Ranch Steakhouse in 2005. Western Destinations recently entered a purchase agreement for the Steakhouse and its surrounding property and is looking forward to several exciting phases of development. First is the opening of Winchester Ranch Steakhouse, second is the opening of a 30-lane indoor shooting range projected to open in August 2012 and third is a western town attraction complete with retail, horse-drawn wagons, a 300-seat opera house and a 120-room hotel.