Lone Spur Café Bringing Some of that ‘Cowboy Charm’ to Queen Creek

The cowboy-themed restaurant with locations in AZ and Colorado is expanding.
Lone Spur Café Bringing Some of that ‘Cowboy Charm’ to Queen Creek
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If you’ve been feeling low on ‘cowboy charm’ you needn’t worry—Lone Spur Café, the American cowboy-themed restaurant that serves up breakfast, lunch, and weekend dinners all with ‘great cowboy service’ is expanding in Arizona. What Now Phoenix recently covered Lone Spur’s move into Mesa—but the café hasn’t stopped there.

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“HOWDY QUEEN CREEK! Golly, do we have a surprise for you…🤭THE LONE SPUR CAFE IS COMING TO QUEEN CREEK ARIZONA VERY SOON!😍” Lone Spur Café shared across its social media channels last month.

Lone Spur Café Queen Creek was recently approved for a liquor license filed for 22002 S Ellsworth Road. This puts the café squarely on the corner of S Ellsworth and E Ocotillo Roads, just up the street from Queen Creek Skate Park and Founders’ Park.

In an email to What Now Phoenix regarding the Mesa expansion, Co-owner Cory Farley wrote, “We are famous for our breakfasts and burgers! You have to try our Bacon Steak and our Southwest Burger!” So there you have it. Breakfast, burgers, and cowboys. What more is there, really?

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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