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Kuna, Idaho Home of The Longhorn Lounge

If you’re ready to take fun to the next level, you’ve got to check out The Longhorn Lounge in Kuna, Idaho.

Step up to the giant horseshoe-shaped bar and order some of the coldest beer in town. Don’t worry; there are plenty of generously sized well drinks to choose from if beer is not your style. Happy hour starts at 11:00am and goes until 8:00pm.

Don’t be surprised if you run into someone you know while at the Longhorn. People of all ages and cliques gather at this famous watering hole. The crowd can be different every night of the week and there’s always something fun happening.

Be sure to wear your dancing shoes because you’ll want to cut-a-rug on the giant dance floor with music from country to rap to rock-n-roll. It can get a little crazy out there so join in the fun!

The Longhorn features a pool table, dart board and pin ball machine for those who are a bit competitive. With TV’s located throughout, you won’t miss your favorite sporting event!

Hungry after a hard night of partying? Don’t worry. The Longhorn features a fantastic menu of finger foods such as chicken strips, finger steaks, hot wings, and their famous fried green beans. If it can be fried, The Longhorn Lounge will fry it!  Best of all, the kitchen is open until the bar closes! The Longhorn is one of the very few Treasure Valley bars that can offer this to its hungry after-hours patrons.

Next time you’re looking for fun, gather up your friends and head to The Longhorn Lounge in Kuna, located at 458 W. Thirds Street. Questions or you want to schedule a party? Give them a call at (208) 922-4163.




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