Bojangles Saloon and Dining Room
80 Todd Street, Alice Springs, Australia
www.bossaloon.com.au - (08) 8952 2873
Bojangles Saloon and Dining Room Alice Springs Reviews
An Awesome Place to Hang out In Alice Springs Apr 26, 2010
Alice Springs isn't exactly a nightlife destination for travelers like Sydney or New York - mostly it's the stopping point before heading on to Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park, or heading north to Darwin. That's not to say there aren't places to get your drink and dance on; it just means there are less options to choose from.
Bojangles Saloon on Todd St. consistently draws travelers and locals with live music and its "authentic" atmosphere of an Aussie cattle station. Magnificent place, especially for carnivores. We gorged on the mixed grill and feasted our eyes on the unique ambience that is central to the Alice Springs experience. Great time. Great memories. Make sure you visit Bojangles when you are in Alice Springs, and say hello to the webcam.
Overall it was an amazing place. Our contiki group enjoyed it greatly.
The webcams are amazing.
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Bojangles Mar 26, 2010
If you have one night in Alice springs, go there!
Very funny bar, very sympathic staff!
I've met a man with his snake in this bar.
a lot of jokes are hiden in the bar and it is very funny!
Affordable good restaurant and bar Aug 19, 2009
This restaurant was highly recommended by our bus driver, so we decided to check it out. It was veyr busy, but there was still a table available.
The interior is in the western saloon style and the dining area in the back looks like a museum of everything. Bikes, flags and a lot of other item were hanging from the ceiling, attached to the walls or on shelves on display.
The atmosphere was noisy, but that was to be expected with a lot of people, but also very relaxed. The staff was very helpful.
The ordering system works like this: you get the menu from the waiter, then you decide what you will have. You go to the bar, order what you want to eat and drink and pay.
You get a small box, which makes a beeping noise when the food is ready. Then you have to get the food and drinks from the counter and you can eat once back at your table.
The menu was varied, with a lot of meat dishes. This place is also very good if you just want a beer or other drink.
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