Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Phoenix New Times' Description
A family of Bigfoot statues guards the doors of chef Aaron May's cabin-like restaurant and bar. Those aren't the only monstrous things lurking around this rustic Scottsdale hotspot best known for the infamous Sasquatch Burger - a half-pound slab of Angus beef topped with onions, bacon, and cheddar and bookended by a grilled cheese sandwiches. Try washing the beast down with The Lodge's honey brown house ale or any of the 15 other brews available. Once your belly's bursting, sink into one of the overstuffed leather couches draped with animal pelts in the man cave-style game room, which also features pool tables, dartboards, and taxidermied deer heads. On weekend nights you might want to eat a little lighter, though, as the music gets louder and the crowd prettier, the place more closely resembling a trendy ski lodge bursting with beautiful ski bunnies.
Tips from foursquare
Happy Hour every day from 3-7. $3 Coors Light, Miller Light and Honey Brown drafts, $3 well cocktails, $3 wine and 1/2 off all appetizers!
John Creasey I'd the BEST bartender I'm Scottsdale... Sexy and skilled
Pretzel need I say more
New menu out as of 10.14.10! Come by and try our Pretzel Burger!
Sporty hang out spot for MILF's and Hotties! 💋👸👨
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Reviews and News
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