Bull riding is a crazy sport, requiring nerves of steel, tremendous athleticism, and recent popular success in Saturday Night Fever. And it also requires a bar for hanging out at afterwards: PBR Rock Bar
Decked to its awesomely high ceilings with Professional Bull Riders logos, PBR's a sprawling, cowboy'd-up resto/sports bar/night club, tickling your senses with a massive fire-pit-equipped outdoor patio, and inside, an astonishing 115 flat screens, a custom-made jumbotron, a stage for live shows, tire swings filled with scantily clad cowgals, and a beastly mechanical bull, aka Bill Wennington. Rodeo-tastic eats start with jalapeno fried pickles, BBQ potato chip nachos with pulled pork, and smoked chicken gumbo, while entrees deliver a Bloomin' Onion burger w/ swiss and bacon, sloppy joe sliders, Memphis-style or BBQ ribs, and a Texas-style beef brisket, all served with sides like deviled eggs, "fire cracker" cole slaw, and Doritos-crusted mac & cheese, solidifying PBR's position as one of the Cooler Ranches around. Because cowboys loathe sobriety, PBR's slinging mason-jar-borne cocktails like the Buffalo Stampede (Captain & Myers's rums, passion fruit syrup, tropical juices), the Stubborn Mule (Jameson w/ fresh pressed lime & ginger ale), and the Hoedown Throwdown: SoCo, Amaretto & Absolut shaken w/ fresh citrus juices & grenadine, which they claim is "great for a break between line dances", as if such a thing existed
Finish up your fattening with desserts like the Drunken Peach Cobbler, Mini Cupcake Skewers, plus fresh-baked Suzie Q's and Snoballs, which Travolta has had plenty of recent success eating.