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This Southeast Valley eatery and drinkery was made famous a few years back due to its well-publicized fight with Pinal County officials about the legality of letting patrons dance. Thankfully, San Tan won that particular court kerfuffle, allowing anyone to kick up their heels as much as possible during gigs from local country and Western groups performing throughout the week. If you're not in the mood to scoot your boots, there's other fun, like roasting marshmallows over campfires, or dining on delicious steaks, barbecue selections, and other down-home vittles.
It's a bit of a haul for most Phoenicians -- just over the Pinal County line south of Queen Creek -- but a trip to San Tan Flat on a Saturday night is a real treat. Live music from a rollicking country band, a nice wide dance floor, and great food give this place an overall excellent atmosphere, but it's the wood-burning fire pits that really set the stage for a special night. Grab some wood off the pile and toss it on the coals, then buy some marshmallows from behind the bar.... More »
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