Stampeding (and Eating) in Dallas


It's called Stampede 66 in Dallas and it's ALL Texas, taking classic Texas symbols and turning them up a notch. We're talking a yellow rose on every table, quotes from famous Texans displayed on flat screen TV's on the wall, sculptures of charging horses, and longhorns hung over the taco bar. It's a love letter from Chef Stephen Pyles (famous in Dallas) to his West Texas root but makes Texas seem really cool and modern instead of all about cowboys and rodeos.

You'll want to share everything - but don't miss the chicken and dumplings, frisee & egg salad, and honey-fried chicken and biscuits (it's their most popular dish and it's perfect - the meat is injected with honey to give it extra flavor). And do not leave the building without tasting the butterscotch pudding.

Stampede 66 - 1717 McKinney Avene, Uptown