Southwest Wichita supper club closes after a year in business

The Crazy Horse Supper Club originally opened in 1967. After multiple iterations and closings, the family of the original owner revived the long-time supper club in 2020. They brought back many favorites like the frog legs and added a long line of cocktails in hopes of luring in old and new customers.

After over a year in business, Crazy Horse, which was located at 2539 W. Pawnee, announced they were closing permanently on Wednesday afternoon via a Facebook post.

It’s unfortunate, especially for an area of town that’s already short on dining options. Not sure what will happen to the space or even the strip center, which has lost its fair share of restaurants. There is a standalone restaurant called Pollo Express that’s still worth checking out if you’re in the area.



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4 thoughts on “Southwest Wichita supper club closes after a year in business”

  1. Went there ONCE about a year back and told my wife as we left “this place wont make it.”
    Staff was more worried about their friends at the bar, food didnt come out right, zero attention to anything….

  2. We used to love going to C.H. We lived near Meridian and 31st south. What a bummer. Now I live in NORTH Wichita.Sorry to hear about the closing.

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