Inviting people to a party is a gesture of friendship, much like asking them for advice on how to hypothetically convince a friend to help you move. Extend a hand with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
$140 for a catered dinner party for 10 (a $280 value)
- 10 Caesar or garden salads
- 10 entrees of prime rib with roasted potatoes and zucchini
- 2 bottles of house wine or champagne
$210 for a catered dinner party for 15 (a $420 value)
- 15 Caesar or garden salads
- 15 entrees of prime rib with roasted potatoes and zucchini
- 3 bottles of house wine or champagne
$280 for a catered dinner party for 20 (a $560 value)
- 20 Caesar or garden salads
- 20 entrees of prime rib with roasted potatoes and zucchini
- 4 bottles of house wine or champagne
$290 for a 4-hour party bus for up to 15 (a $600 value)
$390 for a 6-hour party bus for up to 15 (an $800 value)
Dance lessons and cover charge are included in all party package options, and guests can test their skills on a karaoke machine or mechanical bull. Groupon holders must call ahead to schedule a time for the catered dinner party package.
Those opting for the party bus must call ahead to schedule a pickup and drop-off location, along with a start time.
Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo
To create Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo in 2007, the owner combined his two passions in life: cooking and country dancing. As a 30-year veteran of the restaurant industry, he has been adamant about offering hearty eats at affordable prices, which is why Stoney's menu is a line-up of comfort cuisine including barbeque meats, half-pound Angus burgers, and steaks grilled to order. At the restaurant’s front bar saloon, drinks are poured while guests belt out their favorite tunes during nightly karaoke or as they perch on a high-top chair to watch a sports game on one of five flat-screen TVs.
At the back of the house, novice line dancers and seasoned do-se-do-ers participate in free country-dance lessons in a spacious dancehall. Award-winning instructors also guide partnered and non-partnered dancers through workshops. Weekly concerts showcase such artists as Chris Young and Phil Vassar, who deliver the real-deal country music that gets everyone kicking up their heels and high-fiving with their imaginary spittoons.