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First Look: Nashville's Tequila Cowboy Bar & Grill Open in City Place West Palm Beach

Is it a country bar? A restaurant, karaoke lounge or nightclub? From country to rock 'n roll, the new West Palm Beach establishment is actually a little bit of everything. Following in the footsteps of the original Tequila Cowboy location located off Nashville, Tennessee's world-famous Broadway, where a variety of honky-tonk music venues make it possible for locals to enjoy live music year-round, here you'll get more than your average country bar.

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Tequila Cowboy, which opened August 7 in City Place, is the second location for the one-stop party spot Nashville has already known for years. Five venues in one, there's everything from bar and restaurant, to dance floor and nightclub, country bar bull riding and karaoke lounge -- all wrapped into one location. Its creators want you to think of the sprawling 20,000-square foot space as your main destination for a night out. The decor is Americana funky, including two 8-foot guitars, giant wrought-iron red lips, colorful murals and an old Chevy delivery truck hanging in the center of the main bar.

The main attraction here is the music, and the establishment's dance floor welcomes live music acts weekly that come to rock it out for a venue that looks like a cross between a nightclub and country bar thanks to a combination of 20 HD televisions and laser light show. There's also a game room where you can shoot pool, or watch the game, and the VIP room can host a variety of private events. In Nashville, Tequila Cowboy has the only mechanical bull on Broadway -- and we guess you can say the same for the West Palm location. Last, Tequila Cowboy has its own separate karaoke bar, Wannabe's, which offers more than 300,000 songs to choose from.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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