Stampede 66 Serves Up Texas Food In A Gourmet Fashion

World class chef Stephan Pyles’ latest creation, Stampede 66, is an ode to his Texas childhood.  The menu is filled with tastes of Texas but with a gourmet twist, leaving you with a feel for the Lone Star State in a fancy sort of way.

The restaurant is as much about the food as the décor.  Every piece of art and design Pyles had a hand in, and much of what diners see has a story behind it.

“If I’m going to take somebody from out of town that is going to experience kind of kitschy Texas but I want to have a good time and have good food, this is going to be on my list,” said Mike Hiller, food critic and editor of EscapeHatchDallas.com.

Restaurant: Stampede 66

Where: 1717 McKinney Avenue, Suite 100

Dallas, TX 75202

When: Lunch – Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Dinner – Monday-Thursday 6 p.m.-10 p.m., Friday-Saturday 6 p.m.-11 p.m.

Price: Tamales – $8

Barbecued Brisket – $18

Honey-Fried Chicken – $18

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1 Comment to “Stampede 66 Serves Up Texas Food In A Gourmet Fashion”

    Star wars t shirts said:
    May 14, 2013 at 12:37 PM

    That's amazing news indeed. Stampede 66 recent approach in Texas for Gourmet fashion is quite delighting news and I'm very excited to check out Stampede 66 latest food decor. Thanks.

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