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Cowboys Dance Hall to Host Cowboy Breakfast January 24




A breakfast for a Texan (Courtesy)

Starting at 4:30 a.m. on Friday, January 24 Cowboys Dance Hall (3030 N.E. Loop 410) will host the 36th annual Cowboy Breakfast to raise scholarship funds for students in St. Philip’s College’s Culinary Arts Program. The event is free and will conclude at 9:30 a.m.

This Texas-sized breakfast will include: tens of thousands of cups of McDonald's coffee, thousands of Mission tortillas, 12,000 Kiolbassa chorizo and egg tacos, 10,000 Delicious Tamales, 10,000 Rudy’s BBQ beef tacos, 8,000 Pioneer biscuits and Kiolbassa sausage and bacon and egg tacos, 5,000 potato and egg tacos, 5,000 pastries from Flowers Baking Company, 2,500 servings of Pioneer biscuits and gravy and 5,000 pints of Oak Farms milk and orange juice.

The event will take place in the Cowboys Dance Hall parking lot. Live music will also be played throughout the event by Mario Flores and The Soda Creek Band. The vent will also have a mechanical bull ride, gunslinger from the Texas Wild Bunch and a line-up of Ford vehicles.

Parking is available on site and there will also be a free shuttle service that will run to the Cowboy breakfast from the parking lot of the Santikos Rialto Theater (2938 N.E. Loop 410). Check out the Cowboy Breakfast website for a map and full menu.


The 2014 Cowboy Breakfast hours have been extended due to Friday weather conditions. The Breakfast is now scheduled from 4:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

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