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Stoney's Rockin' Country Boot Scoots to Town Square

Stoney's Rockin' Country is coming to Town Square.
Stoney's Rockin' Country is coming to Town Square.
[Photos: Susan Stapleton]

Country fans will soon have a new place to do their boot scootin'. Stoney's Rockin' Country is relocating to Town Square, taking over the 19,000-plus-square-foot former Spa Eleven space next to H&M. The $1.3 million renovation of the space plans to debut Oct. 25.

Right now, the company is in the midst of hiring 70 employees in anticipation of its opening just in time for the Professional Bull Riders coming to town. All the line dancin' and bull ridin' found at the former location to the south will be featured in the new space. Stoney's plans to offer billiards, beer pong, dance lessons, themed nights, a giant dance floor, multiple video screens, DJs and live bands, a live radio remote booth, private VIP lounges and more in the space that accommodates 1,750 guests.

At the front, Stoney's will also debut a general store with logo and Western wear that will be open daily. Guests walk through this area to enter the club. To the right, a built-in radio broadcast room. To the left, a VIP poker room decked out in black lacquer, crocodile and 50-inch televisions. Another VIP area overlooks the dance floor.

Two bars stand at either end of the dance floor. One features a neon cowboy sign reminiscent of old-school bulb signs from Downtown Vegas. The other features a stained Texas flag in red, white and blue. Signature guitars line the wood walls. Porch swings with scantily clad cowgirls hang from the bars.

"Old West meets Hard Rock," says owner Stoney Gray. "This is a working man's nightclub."

Wrought iron gates open to the corporate offices with a water wall, one of the few things retained from Spa Eleven, leads the way.

Once the club opens, Stoney's plans to get the party started at 7 p.m. nightly.
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