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Hark, all you Twisted Root fans willing to wait 30 minutes to place an order at the beloved burger joint's Commerce Street location. Jason Boso has a better restaurant just down the street, and, shame on Dallas diners, it's rarely crowded. Cowboy Chow, where waiters greet tables with an enticing "Dr Pepper or whiskey?" is the rare example of cuisine transcending kitsch. There's plenty of frontier silliness here: Customers can gamble on the price of their appetizers, and Frito pie's served in a kettle. But the brisket's tender, the green tomato lollipops are expertly fried, and there's berry crumble for dessert.
Cowboy Chow 2801 Commerce St. 214-742-2469 Dude Factor: 7, or "The Cowboy," Mulholland Drive, on a scale of 1 ("The Cowboy," Innerspace) to 10 ("The Stranger," The Big Lebowski) Cowboy Chow's slick ... More »
As a countdown to the Dallas Observer's "Best of Dallas" 2010, City of Ate is serving up 100 of the favorite dishes we crave, savor and hope to scarf down again soon. These dishes are in no particular... More »
Buffalo head on the wall count: 2 Dishtowel napkin on my lap count: 1 Just down the street from Commerce's burgerville, a nice little saloon just opened up. It's run by the people who brought you the tastegasmic Twisted Root Burger, and it... More »
Buffalo brisket tacos are awesome. So is the margarita made with chile infused tequila. The server will probably offer to let you try the tequila, but don't be put off by its kick. When it mixes with the salt and lime it is a very subtle taste with a slow burn. Get the fried green tomato lollipops and the flat bread as appetizers.
Started with the fried green tomato lollipop with ranch and the cowboy nachos. The nachos are home made potato chips covered in cheese and ranch sauce. Amazing. Get the jar full of brisket, mashed potatoes, corn and beans and you will not be sorry! The chicken fried steak looks amazing too, and HUGE
Generally, when you see two restroom doors in a restaurant, they lead into two different restrooms--you know, boys and girls, cowpokes and cowgirls, damas y caballeros, etc. Not so at Cowboy Chow, however, where both doors lead into the same communal restroom. Sure, everyone gets their own individual walled-off stall with a full door, but it's still awkward when you run into your date at the communal sink. And considering all the delicious Navajo fry bread, red pepper brisket, homemade... More »
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