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Overland Park Welcomes Atomic Cowboy: A 3-in-1 Restaurant Experience

Hey there, food lovers in Overland Park! Get ready for a unique dining experience as Atomic Cowboy, a combination of breakfast, pizza, and bar, opens its doors to the public. This one-of-a-kind restaurant is perfect for families and friends looking for a fun and delicious time.

What to Expect at Atomic Cowboy

Located at 7101 W. 80th St., Atomic Cowboy offers a variety of tasty options for everyone. Start your day with mouth-watering biscuits and other breakfast items from the Denver Biscuit Co. side of the business, available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Craving pizza? Grab a slice of Fat Sully’s Pizza after 11 a.m.

But that’s not all! You can also enjoy a drink at the bar while watching your favorite sports teams, playing arcade games, or shooting some pool. Founder Drew Shader wants to cater to the families of Overland Park, so feel free to bring your kids for an early dinner of pizza or hamburgers.

Expanding from Kansas City to Overland Park

After successfully opening a location in Kansas City in 2020, Atomic Cowboy is excited to bring its unique concept to downtown Overland Park. With its laid-back vibe and delicious food, it’s sure to become a local favorite.

And if you’re in a hurry, don’t worry! You can order a mega build-your-own pizza slice from their walk-up “slice window” and enjoy it outside (once the chilly Kansas City temperatures clear up, of course).

Popular Menu Items and Outdoor Seating

Some popular breakfast menu items include biscuits and gravy and the “Lola” – a fried chicken and bacon biscuit sandwich drizzled in maple syrup. And when the weather permits, you can enjoy your meal on their outdoor patio, which can seat dozens of patrons.

The Story Behind Atomic Cowboy

Atomic Cowboy started as a bar in Denver 20 years ago. Four years later, founder Drew Shader added Fat Sully’s Pizza to the mix. Eventually, his separate “biscuit bus” concept also found its way into the bar, creating the unique combination that Atomic Cowboy is today. With nine locations, including seven in Colorado, this 3-in-1 restaurant is making a name for itself.

So, if you’re looking to buy a home near a fun and delicious dining spot, consider checking out Atomic Cowboy in Overland Park. For now, they’ll be open from 8 a.m. until midnight, but keep an eye out for potential extended hours in the future. Enjoy!