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Our first southern California Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse was opened in the city of San Dimas, California in 1967. The San Dimas Pinnacle Peak is located along historic Route 66 and is on the site of an old Wells Fargo Stagecoach stop.
In 1970, we opened our restaurant in the train town  of Colton.
 Although many other restaurants have come and gone, the two original Pinnacle Peak Steakhouses in California remain open and committed to offering hard working people and their families a great place to eat at an affordable price. 



From the beginning, Pinnacle Peak Steak houses were opened to give the working class man a place to take his family for a steak dinner at a price he could afford. We still believe in that today. We have always had a tradition of offering to you, our customer, a great value, large portions, and affordable prices.


 Celebrating our 50 years in Southern California, Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse has been serving great steaks to generation after generation of loyal customers. When you arrive at a Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse you will be treated to a true western dining experience. We proudly maintain the Wild West spirit of hospitality and simple cowboy cooking. The atmosphere is always casual, so be sure to leave your necktie at home, unless, of course, you want to see it handing from the rafters along with the thousands of other neckties in our collection.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our locations real soon!
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