You're just as likely to see a battered Jeep caked with dust up to its side mirrors as a stand-up limo filled with hotties at the Sagebrush Cantina, a 660-person capacity, loud, friendly, tribute band–y, indoor-outdoor country saloon where, sometimes, patrons amble up on horseback to enjoy a margarita. (On Old Calabasas Road where the Cantina sprawls, there's a crosswalk button high on a pole so equestrians can choose “walk” without dismounting.) The Cantina's calendar runs from live bluegrass and country to classic-rock cover bands to Thursday line-dancing classes — sometimes drawing locals including the Kardashians and Howie Mandel from their hillside compounds. On Sundays, the east patio, festooned with wagon wheels and sun-bleached cattle skulls, is dominated by Harley riders, while families enjoy the peaceful south patio. It's hard to fill a space as huge as the multibar Cantina, but on UFC Fight Nights, come early or make other plans.
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