(March 27, 2015) Big things are in store for Cowboy Coast Country Saloon on 17th Street for its second season in business.
Last week, demolition of the pool and outdoor bar area began. Half of that space will be replaced by a parking lot. The other half will be the outdoor seating area of the new Texas-style steak and seafood restaurant.
The new menu, described as “country-inspired comfort food,” will feature several cuts of steak and local seafood, as well as sides made from scratch and homemade cornbread. Fresh herbs will be grown on site.
Lunch, dinner and late-night fare will be served. Happy hour, featuring food and drink specials, will be offered Monday through Friday.
There will be seating for approximately 50 diners outside and 50 inside. Food will also be available around the bar areas.
The goal is to begin serving food around the end of April.
This summer, more live concerts have been scheduled, with several big-name acts taking the stage. Those performers will be revealed soon.
Guests loved the mechanical bull and it will again be available for people to ride this summer.
Events are planned several nights a week. With a wide range in ages of patrons, Cowboy Coast, which opened last May, owners want to offer something for everyone.
Start the week with Redneck Olympics on Mondays. Bull riding, corn hole, horseshoes and beer pong are just some of the competitions on tap.
Live band karaoke will take place Wednesday nights. Ladies’ night will be Thursdays. Local musicians Joe Bachman and Sam Grow will take turns playing Friday nights. A deejay will provide the tunes on Saturdays, and Sunday will be international night.