Thursday, February 2, 2012

Opening Soon: Trainwreck Saloon

Posted By on Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 3:00 PM

I humbly submit the following description from the Facebook page of the new bar Trainwreck Saloon, which opens Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 213 N. Fourth Ave., the north end of the Maloney's building:

[Editor's note: They can't seem to decide on whether "Train Wreck" is one word or two, although since there's already a small chain of "Train Wreck Saloon's" in Missouri, I think the single word version might win out.]

The girls at Train Wreck are hot, empowered and always out to have a good time - they are more likely to go hogging then to go clubbing and their jeans are worn out because they wear them not because they bought them that way.

Train Wreck guests don't drink martini's - they drink beer and bourbon; the stuff they were raised on and the same stuff they can put in their cooler for the races or when they are fishing. No need for the good stuff; the cheap stuff does the job - as long as a hot girl is pouring it.

I never anticipated the opening of a country bar on Fourth Avenue and it should be a blast to see how this all pans out. And, while we're on the subject, is "hogging" riding a motorcycle, wrestling pigs or something so nefarious that there's a secret code word for it?

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