The largest dancehall in West Texas has opened to a lot of hype. Charley B’s kicked off their first weekend with sell-out nights featuring Jason Boland and Cody Canada, and have since hosted Wade Bowen and Rich O’Toole, with no signs of slowing down. With 27,000 square feet of space there is always room to two-step, even on packed events.
Location: 5402 4th Street
Wow…Charley B's is like The Billy Bob's of West Texas.
— Rich O'Toole (@RichOToole) February 5, 2016
We put the spotlight on Mountain Hideaway‘s first store just a few months ago, but now they are right in the student spotlight with their second location. Just a minute walk from the Texas Tech Seal, this is an excellent spot for one of our favorite retailers. With an updated look and fresh gear, anyone who fancies themselves an outdoorsman or gal must check out Mountain Hideaway.
Location: 1201 University Ave
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
U-Swirl Frozen Yogurt
A chocolate factory to rival Willy Wonka’s, this co-brand is all about desserts made to your own liking. Add a selection of toppings and drizzles to apples, strawberries and bananas at Rocky Mountain, and do the same to frozen yogurt at U-Swirl. With rows and rows of fun, unique treats, you can go a million times without having the same dessert.
Location: 79424, 6616 Milwaukee Ave
Aspen Creek Grill
Meet the newest addition to West End Shopping Center. Aspen Creek brings the comfort of a mountain lodge with a wide selection of made-from-scratch fare. Enjoy high quality steaks, burgers, pastas and a full-service bar.
Location: 3012 W Loop 289
It is no secret that we love chicken and waffles, especially when the waffle is Texas-shaped, so obviously that was our go-to at Slim Chickens’ new location. If you haven’t been to the first location, now is the time to try their tenders. Slim Chickens offers a Southern atmosphere and is fast, casual and social.
Location: 4509 98th St.
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