Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Stephan Pyles’ Stampede 66 designed after chef’s childhood landmark
Phillips 66 in Big Spring, Texas, y'all.
DALLAS Stephan Pyles has the touch. And, once again, Dallas and Fort Worth diners are the lucky recipients of a new restaurant concept from him. Well, actually it’s an old concept. This one dates back to his memories of growing up in Big Spring, Texas, and his family’s Phillips 66 truck stop. Stephan says his new Stampede 66 is his version of a truck stop he would have opened as a kid, if he had taste, control and money. The downtown Dallas destination is open for lunch and dinner. Get in soon, podner, and fill ‘er up! Check out the traveling iPhone video from chow wrangler Jim White, y'all!
Stampede 66-Stephan Pyles
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