The chuck wagon lays claim to a proud line of mobile-kitchen progeny, from food trucks to cell phones that microwave frozen peas one at a time. Return to your tasty roots with today’s GrouponLive deal to the Chuck Wagon Concert Series at Beaumont Ranch in Grandview. Upcoming events in the series will be hosted on Saturdays until October 29. Seating opens at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. and the show following at 8 p.m. Tickets for children ages 4–15 are not included in this offer. Kids tickets are available for $14.95 from Beaumont Ranch. Choose from the following options:
- For $60, you get a chuck wagon dinner and show for two (a $130 value).
- For $115, you get a chuck wagon dinner and show for four (a $260 value).
- For $170, you get a chuck wagon dinner and show for six (a $390 value).
Step into a horse-drawn time machine to a simpler past with a starlit evening of outdoor grilling and a family Western show complete with cowboy stories and traditional country music. Guests arriving at 6 p.m. can tour the local shops or try their hands at cattle roping in the waning light of day. Raucous gunfighters call couples to their dinner tables, reminding visitors of old-timey lawlessness and discount cruises they booked on pirate ships. Hungry cowpokes then join the brawl’s sharpshooting victors for a sumptuous buffet of french-cut 16-ounce rib-eye steaks rib-eye steaks, grilled honey-mustard chicken breasts, scalloped potatoes, corn grilled in the husk, and grilled vegetables. Plates laden with blueberry cobbler and chocolate lava cake clink together like ceramic spurs during the wild west performance.
A working cattle ranch located 50 miles from Dallas–Fort Worth, Beaumont Ranch offers guests a genuine country atmosphere without the hassles of learning how to rope steer or win a mustache-growing contest against every insecure sheriff one encounters. Upcoming concert-series performers this season include such musical dignitaries as Miss Devon and the Outlaw, Curtis Grimes, and Michael Cote.
Beaumont Ranch is the realization of a dream. Ron Beaumont, the founder and family patriarch, was enamored with the cowboy lifestyle from a very young age, and envisioned himself one day running a ranch like the ones he saw in his favorite western movies. The vision came to fruition in July of 1997, when he and his wife Linda opened their 800 acres of land to the public, allowing visitors to live like cowboys and mingle with their herds of Texas longhorns and horses.
Today, three Beaumont generations live on the ranch, and the guest accommodations have expanded from a 22-room bed-and-breakfast to a 32-room facility boasting an events center, a common area, and a bunkhouse with an additional 48 beds. Well-rested patrons can explore the natural prairies that stretch as far as the eye can see on the transportation of their choice: ATV, horse, or even zipline. After a day spent riding bucking broncos and roping cattle, visitors can kick off their cowboy boots and remove their 10-gallon hats to enjoy pampering serenity at the ranch spa. Here, the aestheticians soothe weary cowpokes' muscles with massages and body scrubs, which were what kept John Wayne so cool under pressure.