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Stephan Pyles Serves Up All Things Texas at Stampede 66

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Stampede 66 is homage to Celebrity Chef`s Stephan Pyles childhood in West Texas. Pyles’ family owned a Phillips 66 truck stop cafe in Big Spring, Texas. When coming up with the style for the Texas-centric eatery, Pyles wanted an in your face Texas experience, from the food to the furniture.


The food is based on some his favorite dishes growing up.  Pyles explains ,”You know, fried chicken and peach cobbler, cowboy cookery, steaks and  BBQ, and certainly the Mexican influence, tacos and tamales. ”


From longhorns  and sculptures of horses to a wall of crazy Texas town names, this is a celebration of all things Texan.

STAMPEDE 66 – 1717 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75201

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