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Ohio - Dusty Armadillo, <b>Dusty Armadillo</b> 3147 State Route 44 Rootstown, OH 44272 330-325-0647 <a href="http://dustya.com/"target="_blank">View website »</a> <a href="http://goo.gl/maps/sSbcy"target="_blank">Get Directions »</a>  Housed in an historic building from the 1920s , this Ohio Honky Tonk’s 5,000 square foot maple dance floor is a huge draw for the best two-steppers, line dancers and wallflowers in the Buckeye State. Since it opened in 2003, the Dusty Armadillo has welcomed a mix of old and new school artists including Josh Thompson, Luke Bryan, Phil Vassar, Eric Church, Alan Jackson and the Zac Brown Band.    <i>Photos courtesy of Dusty Armadillo.</i>  <b>Tell us about your favorite Ohio Honky Tonks in the comment section below:</b>

Dusty Armadillo
3147 State Route 44
Rootstown, OH 44272
330-325-0647
View website »
Get Directions »

Housed in an historic building from the 1920s , this Ohio Honky Tonk’s 5,000 square foot maple dance floor is a huge draw for the best two-steppers, line dancers and wallflowers in the Buckeye State. Since it opened in 2003, the Dusty Armadillo has welcomed a mix of old and new school artists including Josh Thompson, Luke Bryan, Phil Vassar, Eric Church, Alan Jackson and the Zac Brown Band.

Photos courtesy of Dusty Armadillo.

Tell us about your favorite Ohio Honky Tonks in the comment section below: