One of the great things about social media here in Amarillo is how fast we can get the word out. I am sure that is probably true about any place. We like to spread information as fast as we can.

One major way is creating a post and then bam everyone starts sharing it. That is how I found out about the recent closing of a place that is just always there for us after a tough day of work in Amarillo.

You know what I am talking about. You finish up at work and you just think how a cold beer would taste right about now. We have all been there I am sure. There was one place.

Google Maps
Google Maps

One of the places that I have visited several times over the years is Coconutz - 3605 Olsen Blvd. It has always been a very welcoming place to go to after work or even late at night with your friends.

Coconutz will be a place that you won't be able to visit anytime soon. They have decided to close. In their post, they say it is temporary. They are hoping to open back up in the next few months.

Coconutz will be closed until further notice. We will be taking this time to make some improvements to our building, reevaluate our business model, while making some much needed changes to better our brand and the overall experience we strive to provide. We appreciate and are thankful for the continued support from our guests, loyal regulars, and friendly faces that have stepped through our doors over the years. We look forward to reopening in the coming months and thank you for your patience. Any questions or comments can be directed to
Barret Carter
Coconutz Facebook Page
Coconutz Facebook Page

The good news is that Coconutz will be back better than ever. We will keep an eye out for this.

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