Sterling Roberts, a coffee house entrepreneur from Austin, is taking on a new project in Marfa, Texas. After successfully opening Big Sandy Coffee in Marfa as a food trailer, and in the process of building a brick and mortar, Roberts is now tackling the reopening of the Lost Horse Saloon.
The bar was shut down in March following the relaunch of “The World Famous Lost Horse Saloon,” which left the owners owing tens of thousands in unpaid sales and alcohol taxes, according to reporting by The Big Bend Sentinel. However, Roberts is eager to take on the challenge of restoring the Lost Horse Saloon to its former glory.
Roberts has been successful in the coffee industry, and his new venture aims to bring a fresh perspective to the saloon scene in Marfa. The reopening of the Lost Horse Saloon is highly anticipated by the community, and it is expected to attract locals and tourists alike.
The Lost Horse Saloon has been an iconic fixture in Marfa, and its reopening will undoubtedly bring a new energy to the area. Roberts hopes to open the doors soon, and locals and tourists alike are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to step back in time and enjoy a drink at this historic establishment.