Over priced and very rude employees. There is at least a 15 dollar cover charge and to see the rodeo it is an additional 3 dollars. I advise you to spend the 18 dollars else where, as this place is not worth it. The rodeo lasts for about 10 minutes and then you are forced to leave the arena or you will be removed from the establishment. There is a police offer who works the door like a bouncer and will escort you off the property or arrest you. Even if there is a dispute and you feel that you have been wronged, the employees will not let you speak with a manger and file a legitimate complaint. Head down the street to the White Elephant Saloon, for a much better evening!
30 minutes plus to get a beer.... I went on 3/7/09 and they appeared to be really understaffed. A friend of mine told me that it wasn't nearly as crowded as it can get. Anyway it's a decent enough place, but getting a beer is next to impossible. So if you do go and it's starting to get busy buy as many drinks as you can hold!
Real Texas Experience!!!!!. Took my son from New York to the infamous Billy Bob's and he was thrilled! Great music, pool tables, dancing. He even gave a shot at the two-step!
Located in the historical Fort Worth Stockyards district, this country-western bar and concert venue is a Texas original..
Since Billy Bob's opened its doors in 1981, country-music fans and tourists have flocked to this legendary honky-tonk. The majestic tower was added to the building's exterior in 1936. Inside, neon signs abound, illuminating a floor that slopes from the entry toward the showroom stage, allowing for a 6,000 occupancy. The barbecue restaurant, the Let'er Buck Saloon, bull-riding shows and gaming areas also help make this a popular destination.
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