If you’ve ever wanted to be a cowgirl, mosey on over to downtown Scottsdale. You can shop for the latest in cowgirl couture and then head out for a taste of the Wild West to show off your new decked-out, Western style.
Head ‘Em Up
- As Scottsdale’s preeminent Western store for nearly 80 years, Saba’s is the go-to place for vintage-inspired and new-West designs in apparel, boots, hats, belts and more.
- Kick up your heels in handmade boots from J. Gilbert Footwear at Scottsdale’s SouthBridge.
- Find all your favorite premium denim at the Southwest’s largest retail destination, Scottsdale Fashion Square.
- Shop alongside local cowgirls at Scottsdale Pendleton, offering ranch-style shirts and jackets.
- Finish off your look with authentic Native American jewelry from River Trading Post and Pueblo Arts, offering vintage and contemporary bracelets, earrings and squash blossom necklaces.
Move ‘Em Out
- Offering a sophisticated take on Western fare, Roaring Fork mixes traditional campfire cuisine with gourmet ingredients.
- Named after famed cowboy artist Lon Megargee, who lived at this adobe ranch house, Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn presents a contemporary take on rugged Western classics.
- The Waltz & Weiser Saloon at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa specializes in fine tequilas and whiskeys, perfect for a pre-dinner cocktail or after-dinner cordial.
- At Rawhide Western Town & Steakhouse, every dinner is served with a side of staged gunfights, gold panning and stagecoach rides.
- Originally a working stockyard, the historic Stockyards Restaurant and 1889 Saloon resonates with the authentic charm of the Old West.
- A former 1920s bank, Rusty Spur Saloon is a historic tavern where everyone from John Wayne to Vince Vaughn has knocked back some suds.
- If you’re looking for live country music and line dancing, scoot your boots on over to Handlebar J Restaurant & Saloon.
Tip your hat to Scottsdale’s heritage and cowgirl up in the “West’s Most Western Town.”