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Morgan Schae

a month ago

Laid back atmosphere & great place to hangout while watching any televised game. We had an awesome bartender who did not water our drinks down. Delicious appetizers! Also a fun place to go on a Saturday night! Mechanical bull riding, upbeat music & a dance floor!


Denise Barlock

2 weeks ago

We truly had a wonderful time here. There's a nice dance floor, a huge bar with lots of seats, a bull ride and lots of places to sit with friends. We spent most of a night here and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves with friends and those around us. The beer prices weren't bad and we had no problem getting water to keep hydrated.



a month ago

Came in to watch some football, & catch up with family. Cousin came from SD. The Bartender was cool. She gave good advice and kept smooth. I like the bar with lights that change colors. Fun times! We ordered ribs, fries, & chicken. Delicious.


Cassy Blair

in the last week

Nice divided space for the sports fanatic, dance divas and kings, or bar hoppers. The DJ was hip, food was tasty, and drinks reasonably priced. Located inside Epicenter in the heart of town. Looking forward to returning again soon.


danielle jones

2 months ago

Went on Halloween for the Bar Crawl. Granted it was a pretty busy night, most of the staff I encountered were very rude. At one point I went outside to smoke and the doorman aggressively got in my face screaming at me and accused me of trying to skip the line and sneak in. Which was not true as I had been there for over an hour. Not to mention I am 4 10 and he treated me as if I were a 6 ft man who was causing trouble. He then accused me of being underaged even though I clearly had a wrist band but I quickly showed my ID and that I'm 28. The bartenders were angry and rude. My group had a nice time but the way we were treated was as if we were being belligerent and doing something wrong. An ounce of professionalism and decency would go a long way, especially to patrons who are being respectful and not causing trouble.