“We want Bombshells to be the ultimate experience for casual dining, sports watching, music, food and fun in San Antonio,” said david simmons, Restaurant Operations Manager. “Everything about Bombshells is big, proud and respectful of the community, with great respect for our military, past and present.”
Bombs are known for their bold red, white and blue branding; aircraft hangar type structures; military memorabilia; 20% discount on meals and non-alcoholic beverages for veterans and active members of the armed forces; and the uniformed Bombshells Girls, who bring timeless “pin-up” models to life from the “nose art” of World War II military aircraft.
The San Antonio the location includes 9,000 square feet indoors and 3,200 square feet outdoors on the patio (surrounded by sandbags); more than 500 seats; plentiful parking; the latest in big-screen sports viewing technology with over 100 HDTVs; Free high-speed Wi-Fi; and USB charging stations everywhere.
Bombshells restaurants offer scratch food, a full bar (with an airplane wing overhead), premium liquor brands and a selection of 20 draft beers (running through a “missile tap”) unique). Pitches are open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. for lunch, happy hour, dinner, and a late-night stage with live DJs. Customers are encouraged to stay in and out.
The extensive menu includes popular dishes such as Renegade pasta (penne tossed in a Cajun-spiced Alfredo sauce); Double D’s Burger (2x the beef, cheese and fries); Ike’s 14-ounce rib eye steak; the Pin Up Girl salad; and giant desserts, like Fried Cheesecake and Bombshells Brownie.
The Bombshells concept was created by Travis Reese, EVP of parent company RCI, whose grandfather flew more than 100 missions in the Berlin Airlift after World War II. The channel is called catering company magazine’s “The Future 50” list of fastest growing concepts. For more information, visit www.4bombshells.com Where www.rcihospitality.com.
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