Mesa Steakhouses

Charleston’s Steakhouse on South Stapley Drive is the top rated steakhouse in Mesa according to This casual eatery serves up a 10 oz hardwood grilled top sirloin, 7 oz center cut filet and seasoned and slow roasted prime rib. Those suffering from a gluten intolerance can comfortably dine at Charleston’s, who has a full gluten-free menu. According to many diners, the ribs, chicken fried steak and the garlic-mashed potatoes are a must at Charleston’s. Unlike many other steakhouses, Charleston’s Steakhouse provides sizeable portions at affordable prices.

Rockin’ Ranch, formerly a working cattle ranch located on East Baseline, has been renovated into a cowboy dinner theatre complete with Wild West shops, Western stage show, sing along and authentic chuck wagon supper. This is an excellent choice for out of town guest or a fun group outing. In addition to the dinner, guests can learn to rope a steer, take in a show or even shoot a colt 45 revolver. The dinner show is professional, features great music and includes group participation. When dining here, the barbeque beef and rattlesnake sauce are unforgettable.

Grandview Steakhouse on East McKellips provides a gorgeous mountain backdrop for diners while they enjoy a traditional American meal. All steaks at Grandview are premium quality corn-fed beef that are cooked to order. All steaks are aged for 28 to 35 days. Choices include ribeye, top sirloin, New York strip, filet, honey BBQ baby back ribs and prime rib. Grandview is open for brunch, lunch and dinner.


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