Chain of a Different Hue 

Surprise! There's more to Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill than red Solo cups

Just about everything about Toby Keith's is big. Big room, big tables, big chairs, big drinks, big portions, big music, a whole bunch of big TVs. The only exceptions are the servers. The Whisky Girls, as they are called, are cute, tiny…

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