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Stampede 66

214-550-6966  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 1717 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

CUISINE: Contemporary, Fried Chicken, Regional, Southwestern, Tacos, Tex-Mex, Farm to Table

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
Renowned chef Stephan Pyles tips his culinary cowboy hat to Texas with Uptown hot spot Stampede 66, with dishes that have included coffee-cured short rib with confit fingerling hash. Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly. "The sprawling Uptown place is a delightfully exuberant celebration of Texas. The dining room isn’t all yippie-yi- yo-ki-yay, though; it’s a sexy, cowboy-chic playground with soaring ceilings, a vibrant bar, an inviting taco counter and crazy sculptural elements. A luminous snake wriggles over a curvy banquette; 66-inch-tall horse heads imagined in wire emerge from the wall over the open kitchen; a cart dispensing modernist margaritas mixed like smoky witch’s brews makes the rounds; country music plays. Above all, Stampede 66 celebrates Texas flavors with its 'modern Texas cuisine.'"
— Leslie Brenner, The Dallas Morning News, Jan. 23, 2013

"Then there's the food — the sublimation of down-home cooking into great cuisine, from the crunchy honey-fried chicken with buttermilk biscuits and mashed-potato tots to the smoky barbecued beef brisket with potato salad."
- John Mariani, Esquire, "The Best New Restaurants 2013"

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Renowned chef Stephan Pyles tips his culinary cowboy hat to Texas with Uptown hot spot Stampede 66, with dishes that have included coffee-cured short rib with confit fingerling hash.
 
"The sprawling Uptown place is a delightfully exuberant celebration of Texas. The dining room isn’t all yippie-yi- yo-ki-yay, though; it’s a sexy, cowboy-chic playground with soaring ceilings, a vibrant bar, an inviting taco counter and crazy sculptural elements. A luminous snake wriggles over a curvy banquette; 66-inch-tall horse heads imagined in wire emerge from the wall over the open kitchen; a cart dispensing modernist margaritas mixed like smoky witch’s brews makes the rounds; country music plays. Above all, Stampede 66 celebrates Texas flavors with its 'modern Texas cuisine.'"
— Leslie Brenner, The Dallas Morning News, Jan. 23, 2013

"Then there's the food — the sublimation of down-home cooking into great cuisine, from the crunchy honey-fried chicken with buttermilk biscuits and mashed-potato tots to the smoky barbecued beef brisket with potato salad."
- John Mariani, Esquire, "The Best New Restaurants 2013"
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Full bar. Serving lunch Mon-Fri, dinner nightly.

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