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Downtown Speakeasy Bar Midnight Cowboy Evolves With New Cocktail Menu

Under new general manager and cocktail wizard Tacy Rowland The downtown speakeasy cocktail bar in a former brothel Midnight Cowboy is changing under new general manager Tacy Rowland for the first time since it opened five years ago. This means a freshly updated menu and a new casual walk-in-only space out on the back patio. Everything launches tonight, Friday, December 8.
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