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Friday, 20 March 2015

The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy

The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse in Scottsdale, Arizona. Since 1957, The iconic restaurant, known for its thousands of ties hanging from the ceiling. Steeped in a tradition of “casual dining,” the interior of this fine establishment is home to the world’s largest neckties collection, created by the Pinnacle Peak Patio’s “No Necktie Policy,” which began with the original owner. This tradition has continued through the years with more than 1,000,000 neckties being cut off any diners who refused to take them off. The first diner to experience the consequences of not taking off his necktie insisted on having his tie stapled to the rafters for all to see. Pinnacle Peak Patio’s “No Necktie Policy” is simply one of the idiosyncrasies that locals love about the place.

The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
The policy is no ties allowed. those who wear one get it snipped off by a cowgirl. The is Tie permanently becomes the Patio's property along with thousands of other hanging from the rafters. Image credit William Bird

The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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Image credit Will Benton

The Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse, No Tie Policy
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