The Stoney's country bar brand has more lives than a professional bull rider and is bucking back to Town Square in a surprise switcheroo. After a couple of years operating as Stoney's Rockin' Country, the 20,000-square-foot nightclub was quietly taken over and became Las Vegas Bull Cowboy Town during last year's National Finals Rodeo festivities.
The new focus barely lasted six months before shuttering in June. Recent rumors have now proven true and Stoney's Rockin' Country is on its way back to the space and already hiring for an unspecified opening date, even cautioning, "that ain't no bull!"
Known for its line dancing, live radio booth and VIP areas, owner Stoney Gray described the place as "Old West meets Hard Rock," following a $1.3 million renovation of the former Spa Eleven space
The mechanical bull is expected to be back in action and female staffers are also expected to keep the tradition of skimpy uniforms, with aspiring employees advised to bring a "pool attire top for the interview."
Gray had previously run a Stoney's further south on Las Vegas Boulevard and a second location dubbed North Forty Saloon & Barbecue in Centennial. That space is now home to the FireRock Steakhouse.