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Business After Hours at Wild Bill’s Roadhouse

December 3, 2012

What makes up a great gathering place? What about good food, live music and comfortable western charm?  Greater Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce members are invited to enjoy the new Wild Bill’s Roadhouse on Tuesday, December 11 for a special Preview Party from 5:30 to 7:30 to find out.

Owner Stuart Brugh will be hosting the special Business After Hours event to showcase the many changes which transformed the venue to gathering places reminiscent of a places in Nashville and Austin, with barn and tin siding, as well as rope and western décor accents.  The roadhouse also features a mechanical bull corralled in a well padded corner.  Randy Goodson, local vocalist will be performing.  Roadhouse specialties such as beef tips, bacon wrapped chicken livers, shrimp, boneless wings, veggies/ cheese trays and chocolate and peanut butter fudge will be served.  Guests can try their agility and balance on the mechanical bull.  Wine and beer will be served from a beautiful antique bar which first served as the counter of Stuart’s grandfather’s General Store on Williamson Road in Roanoke, VA.

Upcoming happenings at the Roadhouse include dance lessons on the first Wednesday of each month, monthly karaoke with a live band and featured guests such as the December 9 Comedy Dinner Show with Tim Kidd, seen on Comedy Central, HBO and Showtime.  A Texas Style New Year’s Eve is planned.  To learn more or to book for a private party, please call 304-536-9887.

To register for the Chamber event, please visit the event page on our website. or call  304-645-2818.


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Wild Bill’s recently got a mechanical bull!

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Fun western decor covers Wild Bill’s Roadhouse!

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The dance floor will see free dance classes every Wednesday in December!

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Owner Stuart Brugh and Chamber director Katie Ickes working out logistics for Business After Hours– the bar is the counter from Stuart’s grandfather’s general store from the early 1900s in Roanoke, VA

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