Family-friendly Rock & Brews is rolling into The Colony with its quality American comfort food, local favorites and one of the area’s largest selections of international and craft beer. Guests are immersed in a rock-inspired experience with concert lighting, videos of some of the greatest rock concert moments of all time, rock art and a Great Wall of Rock featuring some of the biggest icons of the genre. Indoor and al fresco dining are available with a lively play area for kids. Even four-legged rockers are welcome on our dog-friendly patio.
Rock & Brews at The Colony is owned and operated by multi-unit franchise partners Brett Anz and Perry Mann of R&B Southwest, LLC. The 8,950 square foot restaurant is located in the Grandscape Nebraska Furniture Mart development, close to the Sam Rayburn Tollway.
During the summer of love in 1967, Dave Furano, a well-known rock & roll concert tour promoter (Rolling Stones; Bob Dylan; the Grateful Dead; The Doors; the Allman Brothers; George Harrison; and, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; among others), accepted a position to manage the emerging rock emporium called Winterland in San Francisco. Four years into his gig there, Dave invited his brother Dell, who just graduated from Stanford University, to join him to learn the business. Shortly after his arrival, the Rolling Stones were set to appear at Winterland, and Dell saw an opportunity to merchandise around the concert. He took a collection of psychedelic t-shirts with a marquee on the
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