This classic bar and lounge is located along one of the most famous interstates around, Route 66. The Broken Spoke Lounge is adorned with all of the accouterments a bar should have, neon lights, pool tables, live music, a jukebox, beer signage, and of course, a great staff. Karaoke nights, happy hour and themed events make for a lively atmosphere. Whether your just making a pit stop, or sticking around town for a bit, the Broken Spoke Lounge is well worth a visit.
This locally owned music venue brings some great acts to Amarillo. Leftwoods makes for a fun evening out with fairly priced drinks, a spacious venue and friendly staff. A disco ball and Christmas lights strung from the ceiling add to the playful and fun ambiance of the place, while the stiff drinks will put a pep in your step without breaking the bank. Events take place throughout the month so be sure to pop in and see what this place is all about.
Butlers is Amarillo's sophisticated martini bar. When considering the quality of liquor being served in the signature martinis, the prices are affordable. Butlers has a modern design, with cool sofas and a happening crowd to boot. It is said that Butlers is where the "beautiful people" of Amarillo come to start off the night.
This busy local watering hole offers great drink specials and delicious pub grub. Think burgers, nachos, wings, hand-dipped onion rings and stuffed mushrooms. The beer selection is just as satisfying with local and national brands on tap. The large screen televisions are perfect for catching the latest game and stats on a Sunday afternoon. Great for a quick drink or to unwind after work, Hummer's Sports Cafe is sure to please
The Old Santa Fe Lounge is a perfect place for a beer after work, or for visitors to meet some friendly locals, watch the game on one of the many televisions or play some bar games. With extremely affordable beer on tap and a welcoming crowd, it is easy to spend the majority of a night at the Santa Fe Lounge. Pool tables and darts are available for an entertaining game with friends. Be sure to give this down-to-earth neighborhood drinking spot a try.
One of the most popular wine and dine spots in the city, Public House is much more than just a fancy bar. While it might seem like a typical American-style bar at first, this place raises the bar with its seemingly endless collection of spirits, wines and brews. Boasting an impressive selection of American brews, this is where you can find a handful of rare brews, sourced from local breweries. Along with its brews, it also features a fabulous selection of imported wines and spirits, as well as a series of signature innovative cocktails. While the drinks might be impressive, the food here has a fan following of its own. Not-to-be-missed are the signature burgers, barbecued meats and steaks, packed with rich Texan flavor.
The 806 is a neighborhood coffee house. Specializing in fair-trade teas and coffees, select from classic and creative beverages, beer and wine. Opt for an espresso or Thai iced tea, or a blend of both in their famous drink aptly called the Mad Hatter. Complement your drink with organic and vegetarian confections like bagels, muffins, pizza and quesadillas. This cafe hosts open mic nights and local live bands that play experimental styles like folk, gypsy punk, indie, jazz, rock and electroacoustic.
Gooney’s is a cozy Asian restaurant that is set in the heart of Amarillo in Texas. This simple restaurant offers specially-prepared dishes that are inspired by the Asian cuisine. They serve dishes like fried rice, steaks, noodles, rolls, burgers, wontons and a lot more. This eatery is a great place to visit for those craving for some Asian dishes.