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What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $18 for $30 worth of steakhouse cuisine for a party of two or more at dinner on Thursday, Friday, or Sunday
- $35 for $60 worth of steakhouse cuisine for a party of four or more at dinner on Thursday, Friday, or Sunday
- $15 for two tickets to a Saturday-night rodeo (up to $24 value)
- $29 for four tickets to a Saturday-night rodeo (up to $48 value)
Rodeo season runs from March 7 through November 28. Tickets are regularly $6 for children ages 6–12 and free for younger children.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per household. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Not valid for happy hour specials. Dinner option not valid on Saturday. With dinner options, each diner must purchase an entree. Rodeo tickets only valid on Saturday. Not valid with other offers. Rodeo season runs March 7–November 28. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tejas Steakhouse and Saloon.
Each year, as February draws to a close, the energy in Bulverde, Texas builds towards one thing: the opening of rodeo season. Tejas Rodeo Company kicks off the festivities in style, hosting celebrations of colts, cowboys, and cattle every Saturday night. There, horses pull chuck wagons, ranchers lasso longhorns, and brave souls ride bulls to the delight of the crowd, who can emulate their heroes on a mechanical bull. Fans can even keep track of the rodeo rankings and return each week to cheer on their favorites in tie downs and barrel races. And after the last cowboy tips his hat to the crowd every night, live musicians steal the spotlight with country music that's capable of luring any age to the dance floor.
Few things complement that rodeo spirit like a steak, and Tejas' Steakhouse and Saloon has enough steak to act as currency should the dollar fail. Chefs source premium Akaushi beef from Beeman Ranch, cut it into two-ounce medallions, and season it with a signature rub before searing it to order. And those cuts of meat look right at home between the restaurant's walls. Wood paneling brims with saddles, chaps, pistols, and other authentic cowboy artifacts. The oldest item there? "Yellow Boy," a Winchester rifle made in 1870, the same year the color yellow was invented.