Cowgirl BBQ | Live Music | Johnny Blueheart

Cowgirl BBQ | Live Music | Johnny Blueheart

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June 25 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cowgirl BBQ

319 S Guadalupe St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
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Phone: (505) 982-2565

Come on down to Cowgirl to hear live music by Johnny Blueheart!

The Santa Fe Cowgirl Hall of Fame Restaurant opened in June of 1993 in a a hundred-year-old building in the historic Guadalupe district. Fast forward a couple of decades later and the Cowgirl BBQ occupies almost the entire block where it started, now with a billiard parlor, a commercial catering kitchen, and several private party rooms. The patio is one of the most inviting summertime venues for locals and tourists alike. The Cowgirl is a local institution!


(505) 982-2565
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