GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.
Sports bars are out of the fire and back into frying again and they’re taking precautions to keep you safe so, you don’t have to worry a lot about catching COVID-19, but you will have to worry about catching the big game.
Roosters owner, Jason Steed says, “Repeats, repeats, repeats. You know it’s, something to watch at least. We’re here to have a good time with friends and family.”
Buffalo Wild Wings just opened dine-in services in Grand Junction on Wednesday, June 10th, but Roosters has been open for a month, and it’s not because of sports.
Roosters manager, Jill Lobato says, “We have the best sauces in Grand Junction, and we’ve been around over 20 years.” Roosters has 30 different sauces catering to the tastes of all connoisseurs including the sweet, the savory, the sticky, and the crazy. “We do have the Insanity Wing Challenge here all the time. It’s really, really hot sauce, and 1 wing,” says Steed. New customer, Chris Collins is thinking about trying the Insanity Challenge. “I just tried this hot sauce here which is “The Uncle” which is one step below, and that’s easy, ” says Collins.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Great news! The sports bars are open ,and although, there aren’t many sports there’s still entertainment in the form of the Insanity Wing Challenge, but you may have to sign a waiver. Steed says, “It’s very intense, and a lot of people leave crying.”
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