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After the Rodeo, Head to Tony Mandola’s

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The 2018 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo swings into full gear tonight with a rollicking performance from country superstar Garth Brooks. For the next three weeks, Houston is Rodeo City, home to the largest livestock show and the richest regular-season rodeo in the world. Close to three million visitors will stream through the rodeo gates before all is said and done. Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen, never ones to miss a big event, is marking the occasion with a mouthwatering Rodeo Special.

The terms are these: Present a Rodeo ticket stub today through March 18, and receive a free Rodeo Special with the purchase of any regular-price entree. That’s tempting enough already. The special itself—a 6-8 ounce cold water lobster tail alongside a 14-ounce wood-grilled ribeye steak with barbecue butter and a side of asparagus—turns this promotion into a can’t-miss dining opportunity.

Photo Courtesy of Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen

Tony Mandola’s, a favorite among Houston diners, got its start as an oyster bar in 1982. It’s a go-to spot for Cajun-influenced Gulf Coast seafood and Italian classics, and is open daily for lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended, and can be made by calling the restaurant at (713) 528-3474.


Featured photo courtesy of Tony Mandola’s Gulf Coast Kitchen

Noah is a Houston-based writer and photographer. You can find him exploring Houston's restaurant and museum scenes with his wife or catching a game at Minute Maid Park. He and his wife serve local businesses through their digital content company, Two Cats Communications.

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