Since 1908, Anhalt Dance Hall has drawn crowds to two-step and do-si-do to traditional Texas tunes on a sprawling wooden dance floor. In December, the club will host Rocky King & Dance Hall Cowboys, who follow in the bootsteps of such Texas greats as Ray Price and Western swing forefather Bob Wills. The energetic strains of twin fiddles and steel guitar lure audiences to twirl around the 103-year-old dance floor, showcasing their shuffle-step and triple axel. Dancers can refuel with BYO snacks or stop by the bar for a cold beer or wine cooler (not included).
The interiors of The Lion & Rose pubs emulate the convivial atmosphere of British and Irish settings, with each corner of the restaurant ornamented with vintage wall sconces and handmade wood decor. The draught list overflows with imported pints such as Boddingtons and Smithwick's, while the menu includes unusual specialties such as chips and curry alongside shepherd's pie and bangers, mash, and beans. As befits a sports bar, locations boast plasma TVs tuned to the biggest games as well as dartboards where friends can challenge one another.
Owners Brian Black and Charlotte Spinks Browning recently reopened the 1947 Longhorn Saloon to host outdoor concerts on the banks of the Medina River. On Saturday, June 18, at 6 p.m., country music veterans Gene Watson, Moe Bandy, and T.G. Sheppard draw on their extensive catalogs of toe-tapping hits to entertain families, friends, and river mermaids with special guest Kevin Black. The Longhorn Saloon's venue seats 1,200 fans in front of the stage and 400 more on stadium-style seats on the hill, and accommodates an additional 2,000 standing concert-goers. Unlike weekend chores, seats are not assigned, so show up at 5 p.m. when the doors open to secure your spot of choice.
At Somerset's Josabi's, you can snack away on tasty pub grub.
Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list.
Home to one of the happiest happy hours, pop in after work for great drinks and good company.
Long guest list? Not a problem at Josabi's, where big parties will find plenty of room to spread out in comfort.
Sit outside at Josabi's and soak up the sun on those nice summer days.
Dine with fellow dancing machines — the restaurant is stocked with a lively, open floor.
Find a space on the street or park in the lot not far from the restaurant.
A typical meal at Josabi's will set you back less than $30.
Lucky's Kitchen and Cocktails' Cajun-inspired menu boasts hospitable dishes crammed with seafood, spices, and succulent meats. Crawfish takes a leading role in the étouffée, swimming with bell peppers and white rice, but happily costars with the mushroom-strewn Acadia parish chicken ($13.95 each). Shrimp Harpoons inject bacon-wrapped butterflied shrimp with jalapeño and provolone, served with a balsamic soy reduction and saucy Ahab monologues ($18.95). The already hefty fat back ribs get bulked up with thick-cut onion rings ($14.95/half), and the seemingly out of place fettuccine alfredo ($12.95) assimilates with a selection of blackened meats and a sprinkling of accordions.
Goerke's Country Tavern serves American-style cuisine in the middle of Marion's Santa Clara district.
Diners are expected to enjoy their meal to the fullest, so items low in fat are not available.
If you're having a party, no need to stress out about cooking, cleaning or getting tables and chairs, have your party at Goerke's Country Tavern instead.
Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code.
Goerke's Country Tavern prides itself in its delicious catering.
At Goerke's Country Tavern, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
Cheap meals don't have to lack flavor as shown by the innovative dishes coming out of Goerke's Country Tavern's kitchen.
Stop by for breakfast, lunch, or dinner — Goerke's Country Tavern serves up all three meals.