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Western-themed bar and grill opens
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Boots Bar and Grill owner Sue Yang cuts the ribbon on her new business surrounded by County Commission Chair Donald Lovette, Hinesville Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Michelle Ricketson, incoming Chamber board chairwoman Karen Bell, family, friends and staff. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting and grand opening for Boots Sports Bar and Grill on Sept. 30 at the restaurant at 720 E. Oglethorpe Hwy in Hinesville.

Chamber office manager Erin Johnson, welcomed owner, Sue Yang, her husband, Antoine Nguyen, and their staff to the Chamber. Karen Bell, incoming Chamber board chairwoman, offered support on behalf of the Chamber staff and board members.

County Commission Chairman Donald Lovette said Yang had done a marvelous job renovating the building and thanked them for investing in Liberty County. He said new business invigorates a community.

Hinesville Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Michelle Ricketson said she was pleased to see the lights on in the building and that, as a downtown resident, she was thrilled to have the restaurant in downtown Hinesville.

Open for two months, Boots has jumped into being involved in the community. As a veteran business owner in Liberty County, Yang said she believes in giving back to the community.

The country-style restaurant has karaoke every Wednesday night, offers a free poker tournament on Thursday evenings and features a live band every Friday and Saturday with no cover charge. They serve a variety of salads, burgers, fish and shrimp, pork chops and country-fried steak, along with a full bar.

Boots is open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and reopens for dinner from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. On Sundays it opens for dinner from 5 to midnight.

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