Who are the owners of Ojos Locos?
Ojos Locos (pronounced [ˈo. xos ˈlo. kos], Spanish for “Crazy Eyes”) was founded in 2010 by restaurateurs Randy DeWitt, Jack Gibbons, Rich Hicks, and Todd East. DeWitt, the owner of parent company Front Burner Restaurants, had previously founded Twin Peaks, a chain of wilderness lodge-themed breastaurants, in 2005.
Why is it called Ojos Locos?
Ojos Locos means Crazy Eyes in inglés, when you step in, you’ll see state-of-the-art wall-to-wall HD TV’s broadcasting deportes all day.
Where did Ojos Locos start?
The idea for Ojos Locos Sports Cantina began roughly 15 years ago when Rich Hicks and his former business partner Todd East visited a local Hooters. One of East’s employees sipped a beer, placed it on the table, and then looked at East, saying, “We need a place like this, for us,” meaning the Hispanic demographic.
Is bombshells only in Texas?
The first Bombshells opened in March of 2013 in Dallas, quickly becoming one of the most popular restaurant destinations in the area. There are now stores in Dallas, Austin, and Houston.
When did Ojos Locos Open in San Antonio?
Founded in 2010, Ojos Locos Sports Cantina was built to cater to the Latino male bringing him a comfortable laid back man CUEVA experience.
When did Ojos Locos open in El Paso TX?
LA HISTORIA DE OJOS LOCOS / THE LEGEND OF OJOS LOCOS Founded in 2010, Ojos Locos Sports Cantina was built to cater to the Latino bringing them a comfortable laid back CUEVA experience.
Are bombshells family friendly?
While the servers are the big draw, Team Bombshell comes off a little more family friendly than the lumberjack ladies of Twin Peaks. And, yes, they do draw a family crowd in the early evening hours.
How many Bombshells are in Texas?
With the San Antonio agreement, Bombshells will be in the four largest cities in Texas. The brand currently has 10 company-owned locations: eight in the Houston area and one each in Dallas and Austin.