From rodeo-themed cupcakes and wild game chili to Mutton Buster cocktails and an all-new dining experience on the grounds of HLSR, here’s where to find cowboy-worthy food and drink in Houston this season. of rodeo.
Angel Share, Congress 924
A few blocks from the light rail, this charity bar serves rodeo snacks throughout March: $6 mini corn dogs with all-beef RC-Ranch hot dogs, $3 mini Frito pies and 3 $ mini fried treats.
Dessert Gallery, 3600 Kirby
The confectionery designed Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo treats to bring Houston’s beloved event to town, with assortments of cookies available in-store and online for $4.75 each. The cafe will also offer rodeo-themed cupcakes; and patrons can show their Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo ticket at the cafe anytime during the rodeo to receive $1 off their dessert order.
Frank’s Americana Revival, 3736 Westheimer
Frank’s “Celebrating the American West” with chef features every night, in addition to its regular dinner menu, through March 20. Each week, diners will offer a variety of specialties to choose from, with plates ranging from barbecued quail tostadas to cowboy-cut sirloin and cheese. enchiladas.
Hungry’s Rice Village, 2356 Rice
Hungry’s has brought back the short rib taco, available throughout rodeo season for $16, and happy hour runs daily from 3-6 p.m. for those looking for a pre-show bite.
Max’s Wine Dive, 214 Fairview, 4720 Washington
Both dive sites have launched new menu items entirely inspired by Houston’s most beloved show. Now through March 20, customers can enjoy bites like BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders and Wild Game Chilli from the Fairview location or Mini Smoked Sausage Corn Dogs with Beef. Creole mustard and chicken fried short rib bites at its Washington location. Those with same-day rodeo tickets will receive a 15% discount upon presentation of their badge or tickets.
Moxie’s, 5000 Westheimer
From now until March 20, Moxies Houston is offering a custom rodeo menu featuring a new three-course Ribeye dinner (exclusive during rodeo season), a Spicy Cowboy Margarita, and rowdy hits like the Rodeo Queen and the ChuckWagon, among other unique twists on southern favorites. .
The Ranch Saloon + Steakhouse, NRG Park
Berg Hospitality Group debuted this one-of-a-kind concept at Houston Rodeo 2022. Located at NRG Park, at the southwest corner of NRG Astrodome, The Ranch will be open throughout rodeo season, providing guests with a seated dining experience – both casual and formal. Dine on dishes ranging from bacon-wrapped quail to the famous B&B tenderloin covered in a mat bagger.
RC Ranch Butcher, Airline 2520
The HFM Butcher Shop will be offering a special offer for Rodeo season: buy four links of wagyu smoked sausages or links of jalapeno cheese sausages ($29.95) and get a free liter of lil smokies in a bourbon and barbecue sauce. brown sugar.
Relish Restaurant & Bar, 2810 Westheimer
Relish will be offering a special Rodeo lunch and limited-time cocktails through March 20. Customers can enjoy a pulled pork sandwich with fries for $14 and sip cocktails like the Space City Cowboy with bourbon, blackberry, mint, lemon and maple for $12 or the Rodeo Rita with mezcal, tequila, lime, orange sanguine and bitters for $12.
Spanish Village, 4720 Almeda
Guests who purchase admission and present their rodeo ticket for that day will receive a complimentary Spanish Village margarita (per person). The promotion runs until March 20.
The Tasting Room, 818 Town and Country
TTR curated a Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo-themed menu, featuring bites such as Texas brisket chili, cowboy sliders, and “Shrimp Rattlers,” bacon-wrapped shrimp stuffed with jalapeño and white cheddar and served with a homemade barbecue sauce; as well as rodeo drinks like the “Rodeo Milk Punch,” which includes bourbon, milk, and vanilla. The menu will be available throughout the rodeo season through March 20, and guests who show their rodeo badge or ticket on the day will receive 15% off the menu.
Wild Oats Airline 2520
At the Houston Farmers Market, this hot new concept Underbelly Hospitality offers an ode to a beloved rodeo activity, the Mutton Buster ($14), made with gin, lime, strawberry, Aperol and mint; as well as a full range of Texas-inspired dishes, from armadillo eggs and bacon-wrapped quail to Wagyu chicken fried steak.