BoomerJack’s promises the “coldest beers in town”.

Your chance to witness a 16-foot video wall come to life is fast approaching! Boomerjack’s Grill & Bar is planning a massive celebration to launch their newest location on Wednesday, August 29. The grand opening, scheduled 7-10 p.m. will raise funds to support GRACE services, and reward guests with Dallas Cowboys tickets, Dallas Stars tickets, and tons of other swag.

BoomerJack’s revels in its laid-back atmosphere, wall-to-wall TVs, mouth-watering food, cold drinks and value pricing. The Grapevine location, the 13th BoomerJack’s to open in the D-FW area, is in the former location of Joe’s Crab Shack at Main Street and the114 access road.

“We put together a special night to celebrate our teams, our opening, and one awesome local organization—GRACE,” said Catherine Adcock, BoomerJack’s event planner.

In addition to the 16-foot video wall, guests can choose from more than 1,000 feet of TV screens airing all manner of sports, and lounge in the massive all-season backyard-style patio, 3,700 sf with covered space, fire pits, cooling system, a toll-up garage door bar and, of course, TVs.

Catherine Adcock promises the coldest beers in town: “Our taps serve at 29 degrees cold through a state-of-the-art gycol-cooled system.” She also touts the innovative American grill dishes prepared fresh with every order.

Other sights to see include a recycled shipping container bar, vintage retro automotive-inspired art, and industrial-themed décor.

BoomerJack’s has been honored twice by the Dallas Morning News as a Top 100 Places to work in the Metroplex, and its owner/ founder, Brent Tipps, was named the 2017 Entrepreneur of Excellence by Fort Worth Magazine.

RSVP to the Grand Opening Event and check out more BoomerJack’s info.

PS: The Leyard TVF Series LED Video Wall from Leyard and Planar is 16-feet long, 9-feet-high in an 8×8 configuration, and is one of the biggest screens in Texas. Enjoy!!