Is Hogs & Heifers Saloon a Honky-Tonk Bar?
Wondering what was on the web about honky-tonk, we looked up the Urban Dictionary meaning of the words honky tonk bar to get this #HogsLife blog rollin’…
A loud, rowdy bar that plays ‘honky tonk’ country music. Typically full of drunken hillbillies having a good ole’ time. To go out ‘honky tonkin’ is to go out on the town to honky tonk bars and get drunk.
Needless to say, we fuckin’ love this definition! If one considers this accurate, Hogs & Heifers Saloon is definitely a Honky Tonk Bar. Every song on the juke box may not be country, but we have our share rowdy honky-tonk blaring through our speakers on a daily basis. Plus if you’re drunken hillbilly in Vegas, where else would you go get drunk, PT’s?
We’ve also had the some fuckin’ great honky-tonk bands play live at Hogs last year… Jackson Taylor and the Sinners, The Barnyard Stompers, and local Vegas favorites The Rhyolite Sound!
Hogs & Heifers Saloon, time to go out honky tonkin! #HogsLife
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Hogs & Heifers Saloon
Downtown Las Vegas
21+ with ID
No Fuckin’ Ties
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