$14 for a BBQ sampler ($36.98 value)
- Dinner portion of three meats of your choice: pulled pork, brisket, ribs, or chicken ($21 value)
- Two full sides ($5.98 value)
- Either two desserts or two beers ($10 value)
Red Rock Saloon
Red Rock Saloon's Takin' Care of Business wings come with an unusual warning: "Please no bull riding or swimming two hours after eating." That's because the T.C.B. wings, which you must sign a waiver to eat, torch taste buds with a combination of ghost, habanero, thai bird, and jalapeno peppers whose heat could burn up any important documents you're hiding in your cheeks. And if eating those on their own seems impossible enough, imagine downing them as part of the Unforgiven Challenge—six of them serve as a side to a tower of two half-pound burgers, fried chicken, and a basket of fries. Local eating champ Jeremy Wheeler became only the second person to complete this challenge, under the guidance of Man vs. Food Nation's Adam Richman.
Of course, you don't have to have a superhuman appetite to enjoy a meal at the saloon. The rest of the menu features more traditional Southern BBQ fare, such as baby-back ribs and an award-winning Texas red chili with steak, bacon, and bourbon mixed in. The food jibes with the rest of the ambience, which includes a stage for local and nationally touring musicians and a saloon with a mechanical bull.