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101 Hoxie Street
Coupland, TX
Hours:
Restaurant
    Friday 5:30 - 10:00 pm
Saturday 5:30 - 10:00 pm
Reservations not required but preferred.
Parties 8 or more please reserve.
Dancehall
     Friday 7:00 - 12:00 am
Saturday 7:00 - 1:00 am
Weekdays: (512) 431-9584
(512) 856-2777
Email at:
baworthy@gmail.com
 

Now on Stage...

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  FEBRUARY SCHEDULE      
           
Feb 27 CLOSED for a private party          
  RESTAURANT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC          
Feb 28 John Christopher Way          
             
             
  MARCH SCHEDULE          
             
Mar  6 TEEN NIGHT (Teens Only)          
  Restaurant Open to the Public          
Mar  7 CHRIS SALINAS          
Mar 13 DJ NIGHT, $5 COVER          
  Eat an Entree in Restaurant & get in free          
  One night only          
Mar 14 DEBONAIRES          
Mar 20 TBA          
Mar 21 KENNY ORTS          
Mar 27 TBA          
Mar 28 BELLAMY BROTHERS w TBA          
             
  Coming in April .........  

 
            25th-  JIMMIE VAUGHAN & Lou Ann Barton  
 

                     

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Dust off Your Boots

In March, 1992, Tim and Barbara Worthy converted the former Speckles Grocery into a Texas-sized (7,000 plus square foot) dancehall.   The bar and bar back were moved from across the street from the once famous Coupland Tavern and originated from the Palace Saloon in Schulenberg.  It even has real bullet holes in the bar.  Look above the bar back for our “lady of the house”!    There are pool tables off to the side for those who just want to take it slow, have an ice cold beer and melt into the atmosphere.   The dancehall with it’s large stage  has been host to lots of local talent as well as some real music legends, like Johnny Rodriguez, Ray Price, Gary Stewart and up and comers like Brad Paisley and Ricky Trevino.    You can sit and listen to the music over the state of the art sound system or actually  scoot around a spacious dancefloor.      True Texas dancehalls are a dying breed and the Worthys are proud to be a part of preserving history and offering  people the opportunity to experience a real honky tonk!      Ice cold beer and mixed drinks are available.