Hit the legendary honky tonk to take in the dulcet tones of "real country musicians" (who've entertained everyone from Queen Elizabeth's entourage to a solo Troy Aikman), enjoy the "best chicken fried steak in Texas", and revel in pure honky tonk-style excitement.
A couple streets over from C-Boy’s is James White’s legendary dancehall and family business—a full-on shrine to Texas music. Over the course of its 50-year history, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, and George Strait have graced the stage. And, more recently, the spot was thrust into the streaming spotlight, when it was highlighted throughout an entire episode of Queer Eye’s Texas-based season. You’ll find regulars and curious out-of-towners here, all drawn together in the name of two-stepping and people-watching. Dancing is not required, but here’s the place to finally break in those cowboy boots. Not to mention, it’s hard to resist the lure of the floor—if a stranger asks you to dance, just say yes.