History OF THE WOODSHED steakhouse in
of 1985, after many months of demolition and construction, a new tradition was
opened in downtown
structure which had been standing in downtown
The original concept for the business was a bit different from what you see today. The building was designed with the idea that a sandwich shop would be maintained in the front of the building in the location which is now our private dining rooms. The back of the building which is now our main dining room was conceived as a dance hall and for a while was a popular hangout for the Texas 2 Step dance crowd. Shag Dancing, Line Dancing, and Square Dancing were all very popular.
This is the reason you see the reference on the front of the building for the Hungry Farmer Steak House, the Flying W Sandwich Shop and Dancing to “The Sound of Music”.
Over time and mostly for business reasons, the idea of a dance hall was revised and the rear space was converted to what you see today, our main dining area which seats approximately 300 guests. The original Hungry Farmer Steak House name never really caught on and the name “The WoodShed” became synonymous with great steaks cooked in the tradition of the Little Big Horn.
those not familiar, the Little Big Horn is a
private party facility located on property between the towns of
The WoodShed is still a family owned and operated business and we continue to take pride in providing our customers with a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience.
The décor and the furnishings in the WoodShed may seem a little dated and worn to some but this building is part of the history of this area and we are proud of the product and service we provide. We thank all of our customers for your patronage and support.