ROAD HOUSE Micro-Dinner with Wynkoop Brewery

Director Rowdy Herrington
Year 1989
Starring Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch, Sam Elliott
Rating R
Run Time 114min
Age Policy

21 and up. No one under 21 admitted.

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Ticket price includes our special Roundhouse Kick Burger (mushrooms, serrano peppers and a BBQ sauce infused with Wynkoop goodness) and 3 delicious beers from Wynkoop Brewery!

Patrick Swayze plays Dalton, a famous bouncer (which is not a career people get famous at) who is hired by bar/cub owner Frank Tilghman to come use his brand of philosophy and karate to clean up his bar The Double Deuce -- the kind of place where they sweep up the eye balls at the end of the night. But Dalton's early successes and budding romance with the local doctor enrages Wesley, the town crime boss (played completely unintimidatingly by Ben Gazzara). When Wesley tightens his stranglehold on the town it's up to Dalton, with the help of Sam Elliot's mustache, to clean up the streets of Jasper in the action classic ROAD HOUSE!

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