- Billy Bob's of Texas
- Real cowboy dinner, with real cowboy hospitality
- Large variety of video games, arcade games and pool tables
- Rodeo or bull riding on the weekends!
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What You Can Expect
Every new entertainer to take the stage at Billy Bob's Texas leaves a concrete impression of his or her handprints which are displayed in the club on the Handprint Wall of Fame. People enjoy seeing how their hands match up to those of the stars, like Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr., Alabama, Merle Haggard and others.
Live Bull Riding at Billy Bob's Texas - Friday and Saturday only
Over the past 20 years, more than 25,000 bulls have bucked in Billy Bob's arena and it's not unusual to see top professional bull riders test their skills on the back of a twisting bull. Their list of riders includes World Champions as well as the many up and coming local & regional competitors that are there each week. Bulls generally weigh between 1,800 and 2,000 pounds. When compared to that of most bull riders at 150 pounds this is quite overwhelming.
Great fun. Awesome music line up. The hand prints of stars is cool. JC surprising has small hands! The bbq is good but the chopped beef is delish. The seating in venue is family style, big range of people from youth to seniors. Best dance floor I've ever 2 stepped and bars everywhere inside.
It was a must see when in Forth Worth area. will go again on my next trip to Texas
Food arrangement was confusing, but it was sorted and we had vouchers for 20 each to spend and we could group the vouchers together. The venue is huge venue good atmosphere, we booked tickets for the concert that was on, which was v.good. Worth visiting.
Food wasn't the best my the service was amazing!! I went on an off night! Definatly go on a friday or saturday if you want to have fun! It's more of a local hang out but, definately worth seeing!!
This was quite expensive for what it was. The bull riding was 15 mins at 9pm. We found it difficult to eat the $20 in food as most main dishes were $7 and sides were $3. If you werent bothered about the photo and shot glasses it was cheaper to pay at the door. The show is 50 mins outside Dallas and not very easy to get to. The town it is in is well worth a visit with a steam train and cattle being walked through the streets by cowboys.