The Round-Up opened on July 11, 1980. It has been dubbed the home of Good Times and Good people for many years and has some of the best dancers and Best Looking Cowboys in DFW and the country!
It has hosted and still continues to host many charitable events throughout the year including: The Easter Basket Auction, TGRA functions, Turtle Creek Choral events, PSSA and DIVA specials, Mr. and Miss Pageants, Texas AIDS Bike Ride, Broadway Cares events, our own employee turn-about shows, Razzle Dazzle Dallas support, Court Shows, cook outs, The Denim Party, The Texas Flag coin toss collecting cash during the Pride Parade, Home for the Holidays, The Christmas Stocking Auction, and our original Rent-A-Cowboy benefiting various community organizations. The Round Up raises over $120,000.00 per year for Dallas charities, thanks to our caring employees and generous customers!
On February 23, 1989 A six alarm fire started to cover up a burglary in an adjacent office destroyed the Old Round Up Saloon as we know it today. Within days the staff and friends had relocated to the legendary “Tex’s Ranch” on Maple avenue. Construction began immediately to rebuild the Bar at it’s old location. Painstaking efforts were made to recreate the Bar. The only thing left from the fire were three chandeliers and the front door.