Another Valley landmark bites the dust

The Pink Pony, Scottsdale’s oldest restaurant, joins El Chorro Lodge and the Arizona Club as longtime Valley stalwarts that have felt the pinch of the economy. The acclaimed steakhouse and bar, long a hangout for sports fans and baseball legends opened its doors 60 years ago.

The daily covers the shuttering of the renown establishment which New Yorker magazine once described as the “the best baseball restaurant in the land.”

2 Responses to Another Valley landmark bites the dust

  1. Vince says:

    These valley landmarks are irreplaceable. Very sad news.

  2. Calypso says:

    Business establishments that survived the Great Depression and its aftermath are not able to survive 7 months of Obama. The Arizona Club was 115 years old.
    El Chorro was built in 1934. The Pink Pony was 60 years old.