Greasewood Flat, the iconic Western watering hole in north Scottsdale, is closing its doors on March 31 but could reopen at another location.
For 40 years, the hideaway has drawn bikers, cowboys, locals and tourists to its bunkhouse-turned-saloon east of Pinnacle Peak. In true Greasewood fashion, the outdoor saloon will throw a 40th anniversary party every night from March 26 through 29.
“It will always live on in all our hearts and minds, and we can always smile at all the times we had there,” said Hoyt Johnson, whose family owns Greasewood.
On April 11, Greasewood will auction off its extensive collection of rustic furnishings, decorations and ranch-yard-style memorabilia, Johnson said.