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Bar hopping in downtown Waxahachie

Due to an upcoming gig for my DH and his bandmates, we wandered up to Waxahachie to check out the venue- Bonnie and Clyde's at the Rogers Hotel.

First we stopped in for dinner (and beers) at the College Street Pub, one of our favorite places for pub grub. DH had a great big bowl of steak and mushroom soup and hot wings. I am always torn 'cause everything is good but went with a humongous ruben sandwich. I will caution anyone who stops in- yes, service can be a bit erratic but keep in mind it's a pub! And it is smoke free now.

We spent a couple of hours at Bonnie and Clyde's (downstairs at the hotel), sitting at the bar (drinking beer), watching the staff set up for Cabo Wabo NIght, listening to a guitar player/singer who aspires to "America's Got Talent". It isn't a big place but pretty cool that they are giving it a go at the Rogers.

Last stop on the way home was a little bar next door to the Rogers, X6 (as in ten six). Small, a little rough but nice folks, good service, great juke box. A live band was starting up as we left- the stage sits in the front window. There is an upstairs, balcony area but didn't make it up there to see if it is for seating.

We'll be back at the end of April for DH's band gig- we look forward to being part of Waxahachie's revived night time live music scene. Keep March 5 in mind if you are looking for a fun place to be for Mardi Gras.

http://bonnieandclydesspeakeasy.com/

http://collegestreetpub.com/

Edited: 12:28 pm, February 12, 2011