Get your boots and parade chaps on because LYD thinks it's high time you had a good ol' Texas meal at Cowboy Chow! However, to find this Ace-high Texan watering hole you have to travel down into the long-forgotten heart of downtown Dallas to Deep Ellum! Deep Ellum is a mecca for local artists who paint the streets with colorful graffiti designs while still being a home to unique bars and music halls. Mosey on over to Commerce Street and there you can saddle up to the tables at Cowboy Chow and cool your heels.
They really are true to the dusty trail theme here, complete with the giant windmill light fixture, sturdy wooden tables, and antique-style southern serving dishes. Did we mention the food is great too? For starters, try the Navajo bread, which comes to your table pipin' hot! Or get yourself a fried green tomato lollipop with homemade ranch dip! Go ahead and order an appetizer but make sure you challenge your waiter to a game of double or nothing high-low; the stakes are a free appetizer if you win, or you footin' the bill (and doubling it) if you lose. Can you pony up the to the challenge? Then get ready to loosen up those britches so you can be ready for the main course! This chuck wagon takes classic Texas entrees and puts a twist on each: Texas-sized chicken fried steak with jalapeno gravy, cast iron skillet chicken pot pie, brisket and potato parfait in a jar, and Navajo bread brisket pizza are just a few of the offerings you can get to fill your belly at Cowboy Chow. They also offer sweet WATERMELON tea and a variety of fruit-infused vodkas that will definitely whet any ol' cowboy's whistle! Cowboy Chow is fixin' to bring the Old West back to Dallas in a fun and unique way, so grab your spurs and favorite cowgirls and buckaroos and scoot on over to Cowboy Chow! LYD guarantees a hog-killin' good time!
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