Kick Up Your Heels at The Lonesome Rose & Help Celebrate Its 5th Anniversary
Kick up your heels and celebrate the 5th anniversary of The Lonesome Rose next week from Wednesday, November 15 to Sunday, November 19. They will have some awesome food and beverage specials that will be available for their guests.
The 5th anniversary menu was developed by Chef & Owner Javi Gutierrez of Buddy’s Big Trouble, a concept featuring Texas Wagyu pit beef sandwiches. Buddy’s Big Trouble sources its Wagyu from Cattlemen’s Beef in Sabinal, TX. The meat is smoked on hickory, then thinly sliced to make a savory sandwich.
The food menu for Lonesome Rose’s 5th Anniversary features:
The Classic: TX Wagyu pit beef with chimichurri, tiger sauce and shaved onion (also available with turkey)
The Gobbler: Smoked pit turkey with turkey gravy, cherry-cranberry sauce and corn pudding “stuffing”
Poutine: Seasoned crinkle cut fries with gravy, garlic cheddar cheese curds and giardiniera
Pizza Logs: Pepperoni and mozzarella wraps with ghost pepper marinara
10 Nuggets: Choice of homemade bourbon BBQ, buffalo, lemon pepper or gravy
Side: Basket of fries with ketchup or ranch
Drinks specials will feature Live Oak Vodka and Lone Star Beer, including:
Live Oak Mule: Live Oak Vodka and Lonesome Rose house made ginger soda
Country Thyme Limeade: Live Oak Vodka, thyme, honey and lime
The Texas Two-Step: Featuring Lone Star Beer and house shot combo
Neon Moon (specialty shot): Live Oak Vodka, mango and lime
Guests are invited to celebrate the anniversary and enjoy these limited-time food and beverage specials. Events for the anniversary include a karaoke night, dance lessons and musical performances by Garrett T. Capps, Dale Watson, The Texases, Santiago Jimenez Jr. and more. A full list of The Lonesome Rose’s 5th anniversary events can be viewed through the link HERE.
About The Lonesome Rose
Honky tonk has a home in San Antone – it always has. Jimmie Rodgers played the grand opening of the Majestic Theatre in 1929, while The Carter Family spent their winters living and recording in Monticello Park through the 1930s and 40s. Even Doug Sahm’s brand of Tex-Mex swagger launched the Alamo City onto the scene during the 1960s, 70s, and beyond.
Now, an area that was once home to iconic clubs, like Saluté and the original Taco Land, is embracing its roots: introducing The Lonesome Rose, the “oldest honky-tonk” on the St. Mary’s strip. While it may be one of the newest additions on the block (established November 2018), you’ll feel right at home under the deep red hues of the old-school, Texas bar, conceived by well-known nightlife entrepreneurs Danny Delgado and Joey Cano.
In the true spirit of Texas (the state motto is “friendship,” after all) you’ll find all the country comforts you crave at the Lonesome Rose. Get your foot – or, boot – in the door today.
Tuesday 8pm – Close
Wednesday – Sunday 5pm – Close
2114 N. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio, TX 78212