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By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

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With a periodic repaint, the Longhorn Saloon’s namesake parade entry always caused a stir as it rumbled along during cavalcades up Main Street.

Brian Black and Charlotte Browning-Black, proprietors of the Longhorn Saloon, have sold their property to an investment group from Austin.
The popular watering hole has been closed temporarily to enable the new owners to remodel the premises. After renovations are completed, the investment group will lease the building, located at 1307 Main Street, to an individual or company to operate a full service bar, offering beer, wine and liquor. Additionally, the facility may also reopen as an evolution of The Longhorn Saloon.
The Blacks will remain in Bandera to help with the transition and assist with the renovation of the buildings.
Meanwhile, The Medina River Company remains open for business and can be reached by phone at 830-796-3600.
“We want to thank the community for all their support and look forward to seeing everyone again soon,” Brian Black wrote in an email to the Bandera County Courier.