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If you ever want to get your True Texan card, you've got to get a dance lesson from Terry at the Spoke. There's real country music and no line dancing allowed. Bring cash and drink Lone Star Beer.
An Austin landmark for at least 55 years, and it hasn't changed a bit during that time. It's a Honky-Tonk, so it's all about square dancing, the Texas Two Step to be exact. Don't know how? Terri will teach you. Show up before 7:30 to sign up for a class.
Do some two-stepping at Broken Spoke, an old-fashioned honky-tonk known for its chicken-fried steak and free dinner show, with live bands Tuesday–Saturday evenings.
My Buddy told me that when he was growing up (long ago) this was on the edge of town. Half way to the boonies. Bring your dancing boots and cowboy hat.
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