Residents of Overland Park, Kansas City, Leawood, and Olathe Kansas are in for a treat as Atomic Cowboy, the city’s newest breakfast restaurant, pizza place, and bar, is set to open its doors on Tuesday at 7101 W. 80th St. This unique three-in-one dining concept is perfect for families looking to enjoy a diverse culinary experience in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
A Tantalizing Trio: Breakfast, Pizza, and Bar
From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Atomic Cowboy will serve up delicious biscuits and other breakfast items from the Denver Biscuit Co. side of the business. After 11 a.m., guests can indulge in scrumptious slices of Fat Sully’s Pizza. The bar area will be open all day, offering a laid-back environment for patrons to enjoy cocktails and watch their favorite sports teams on-screen. The restaurant also features arcade games and a billiards table for entertainment, ensuring a fun experience for all ages.
Family-Friendly Dining in the Heart of Overland Park
Founder Drew Shader emphasizes the importance of catering to the families of Overland Park, encouraging parents to bring their children in for early dinners featuring pizza and hamburgers. After the successful opening of Atomic Cowboy’s Kansas City location in Westport in 2020, Shader and his team are excited to introduce the unique concept to downtown Overland Park, where they believe it fits their vibe perfectly.
Outdoor Dining and Signature Menu Items
Atomic Cowboy offers a walk-up “slice window” for guests to order and enjoy the restaurant’s signature build-your-own pizza slices outdoors, though this option may be more popular once Kansas City’s chilly temperatures subside. Popular breakfast menu items include biscuits and gravy, as well as the “Lola” – a mouthwatering fried chicken and bacon biscuit sandwich drizzled with maple syrup. The outdoor patio can accommodate dozens of patrons, though it is not advised during windchill warnings.
The Evolution of Atomic Cowboy
Atomic Cowboy started as a bar in Denver 20 years ago. Four years later, Shader added a pizza restaurant inside, Fat Sully’s, and his other separate concept, the “biscuit bus,” eventually migrated into the bar as well. This fusion of Shader’s entrepreneurial ventures led to the creation of the unique Atomic Cowboy concept we know today. The brand now has nine locations, with seven in Colorado.
The Overland Park location will initially operate from 8 a.m. until midnight, with the possibility of extending hours in the future. If you’re looking to buy a home near this exciting new dining spot, make sure to explore the available real estate options in the area.