Line dancing might be part of the cowboy subculture, but it can be a fun night out on the town. It’s fun to try, and for some people the experience is addictive. From feeling like part of the scene to picking out the right boots to wear, line dancing is a blast. Regardless of whether you were two-stepping as a toddler, or you’re a flat-footed cowgirl needing some practice, we at Huffines Chrysler Jeep Dodge hope you’ll get out and shake what your momma gave ya’. Discover the best country line dancing bars near Lewisville.
Cowboys Red River
Cowboys Red River is part barbeque joint, part entertainment center, and a whole lot of fun. It’s a huge venue pulling in people from around the state who want to experience honky-tonk at its best. With mechanical bulls, pool tables, and darts, along with free line dancing classes, it’s a great place for first-timers and seasoned veterans alike. The dance floor is so gigantic that no one will even notice if you miss a few steps.
Pearl’s Dancehall & Saloon
Pearl’s Dancehall & Saloon is a state treasure that should be on the list of historical places. Rumor has it that it’s a former brothel built by Buffalo Bill Cody himself, and Pearl’s is still all about cowboys. You won’t find any hip-hop or disco balls there. It’s strictly good old fashioned country music. The place often features great live performances from all-star musicians playing authentic country and line dancing favorites, and their collection of drinks is outstanding, too.
Billy Bob’s Texas
Billy Bob’s is another big time favorite for line dancing and everything honky-tonk. The place often brings some of the best-known performers of country western music to its stage. That can make the dance floor a little crowded but that also means you can easily fly under the radar or blame your misstep on your fascination with the hot cowboy on stage. When your out-of-town family visits and are hoping for an authentic cowboy experience, Billy Bob’s is the place for 10-gallon hats and alligator boots.
WW Fairfield’s is a dive bar with an attitude. It has line dancing lessons on Tuesday nights and great live music every weekend. It also has tasty non-alcoholic drinks and a fun-loving crowd. It attracts many smokers, which is good to know if that bothers you. The crowd is a nice mix of regulars and newbies, and you’ll always leave with some good stories to tell.
If your idea of cowboys involves more than the NFL team and old pickup trucks, you’ll enjoy these Texas favorites. It’s time to embrace your inner cowboy or cowgirl and get out there and shake your groove thing. Two-steppin’ is not only entertaining, but a good way to get some exercise and make some new friends. From Billy Bob’s to Pearl’s there are plenty of great options in the Lewisville area.
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