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Atomic Cowboy: A Unique Dining Experience in Overland Park

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind dining experience as Overland Park’s newest breakfast restaurant, pizza place, and bar – all under one roof – is set to open. Atomic Cowboy will begin serving the public on Tuesday at 7101 W. 80th St., bringing its unique three-in-one concept to the people of Overland Park, Kansas City, and Leawood.

Delightful Dining Options at Atomic Cowboy

From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., customers can enjoy biscuits and other breakfast items from the Denver Biscuit Co. side of the business. After 11 a.m., it’s time for Fat Sully’s Pizza to take the stage and serve up delicious slices. Patrons can also lounge at the bar all day, sipping cocktails and watching their favorite sports teams in action. Arcade games and a billiards table are available for entertainment, and all ages are welcome.

Founder Drew Shader is committed to catering to the families of Overland Park

Shader encourages parents to bring their kids in for an early dinner with pizza and hamburgers on the menu. With the success of Atomic Cowboy’s Kansas City location in Westport, 4144 Pennsylvania Ave., which opened in 2020, Shader’s team is excited to bring the concept to downtown Overland Park.

Outdoor Dining and Popular Menu Items

One of the unique features of the Overland Park location is the walk-up “slice window,” where customers can order and enjoy Atomic Cowboy’s signature build-your-own pizza slices outdoors. However, this option might be more appealing once Kansas City’s chilly temperatures subside.

Popular menu items on the breakfast side include biscuits and gravy and the “Lola” – a scrumptious fried chicken and bacon biscuit sandwich drizzled with maple syrup. The outdoor patio can accommodate dozens of patrons, but it’s not advised during windchill warnings.

The Story Behind Atomic Cowboy

When Atomic Cowboy first started in Denver 20 years ago, it was solely a bar. Four years later, Shader added a pizza restaurant, Fat Sully’s, to the mix. His other separate concept, the “biscuit bus,” eventually found its way into the bar as well, creating the unique three-in-one concept that exists today.

With nine locations in operation, including seven in Colorado, the Overland Park location is the latest addition to the Atomic Cowboy family. Initially, the Overland Park location will be open from 8 a.m. until midnight, but Shader mentioned that they may end up extending the hours in the future. So, if you’re looking to buy a home near a unique dining experience, consider the Atomic Cowboy in Overland Park!