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New Menu Items at Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles at Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen

The new fall menu crafted by Chefs Stuart Race, Mikeal Frey, and Stephan Pyles is available now.



Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles (Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

The new Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles fall menu crafted by Chefs Stuart Race, Mikeal Frey, and Stephan Pyles is available now for lunch and dinner.

Located within Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center, Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles offers guests a true taste of Texas through familiar Southern dishes with a contemporary twist.

The new menus highlight the Southwestern flair the restaurant is known for, but will offer a greater variety of approachable choices for guests. Stampede66 classics such as SP’s Hell’s Eggs, Shiner Bock Beer Bread, SP’s Original Southwestern Caesar, Honey-Fried Chicken, 72-Hour Brisket and more will remain on the menu.

“We crafted the menus to celebrate the Lone Star State utilizing ingredients Texans love,” said Executive Chef Stuart Race. “Lunch and dinner will be updated by utilizing more seasonal ingredients along with flexible options, such as our Keto-friendly items.”

The lunch menu is divided into five sections including Salads and Soup, Sandwiches and Pizza, Stampede66 Keto, Big Plates and Dessert.

Guests can enjoy items such as the Smoked Turkey Cobb, Pulled Barbecued Pork Pizza, Shiner Bock Fish Tacos, Blackened Shrimp and Grits and more.

Keto-friendly options include the BBQ Spiced Seared Grouper with Avocado, Watercress, Almonds, and Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes and the Grilled Sirloin with Tomatillo Green Beans, Broccolini and Cilantro Butter.

Salads and Soups range from $7 to $14, Sandwiches and Pizza from$12 to $16, and Big Plates range from $12 to $29.

Guests have the opportunity to choose items from seven sections on the dinner menu including Bocaditos for Sharing and Bread, Tacos, Salads and Texas Classics, Stampede66 Keto, Stampede Signature Large Plates, Steaks, Chops and Seafood, Serious Sides and Dessert.

Dinner entrees include Chef Mikeal’s Burger with Wood Grilled Beef, Muenster Cheese, Fried Egg, Crispy Onion Strings, Spicy Chipotle Bacon Aioli (also available for lunch), Wood Fired Grilled Strip Loin, King Salmon with Chard and Sundried Tomato Pesto Orzo, and more.

Stampede66 Signature Large Plates range from $19 to $24, Steaks, Chops and Seafood range from $19 to $49, while Tacos, Salads and Texas Classics are available from $7 to $16.

Stampede66, founded by James Beard Award-Winning Chef Stephan Pyles, a 5th generation Texan and founding father of Southwestern and Modern Texan Cuisine, serves as an ode to Texas as the concept was influenced by Pyles’ upbringing. The atmosphere at Stampede66 allows guests to surround themselves with projected scenes of glorious Texas landscapes, hand-carved wood accents from Master Woodworker Doc Wright and original sculpture and art by Chris Judy and Specified Art.

The restaurant, placed within the Delta Hotels by Marriott Dallas Allen & Watters Creek Convention Center, is located at 777 Watters Creek Boulevard, Allen, Texas 75013.

Stampede 66 by Stephan Pyles is open daily to the public for breakfast, lunch and dinner and weekend brunch. Semi-private dining options for groups are available. Reservations can be made by online or by calling 469.675.0800.

  • Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles (Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

  • SP’s Hell’s Eggs (Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles / Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

  • SP’s Original Southwestern Caesar (Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles / Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

  • 72-Hour Texas Brisket, Chipotle BBQ, Three Potato Salad (Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles / Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

  • Chef Mikeal’s Burger (Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles / Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

  • Chilean Sea Bass, Crab Ceviche, Smoked Corn-Aji Chile Sauce (Photo courtesy of Stampede66 by Stephan Pyles / Photo credit: Jonathan Zizzo)

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Formation Co-Working Space Opens at The Star in Frisco

The 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility now has a new upscale co-working space.



Photo courtesy of Formation

Formation, a new upscale coworking space located at The Star in Frisco – Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and practice facility, has officially opened.

The collaborative work space will provide members with the same level of elegance, office furniture and tools, and environment as the Cowboys executives and Jones family.

Other exclusive amenities include access members-only events highlighted by speaking and Q&A sessions from Cowboys and Jones family executives, professional headshots, presale access to select events at AT&T Stadium and Ford Center, a coveted Cowboys Way mailing address and much more.

“We are thrilled to officially open the doors to Formation so that our members can begin to ‘Work the Cowboys Way’,” said Jerry Jones Jr., Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “We’re looking forward to continuing to build a community of passionate business professionals — everyone from entrepreneurs to executives — who are excited to build symbiotic relationships with one another, gather inspiration and guidance from the Cowboys organization, and who will pursue the same drive for excellence we expect from both our athletes and employees.”

A limited number of memberships for Formation remain available for varying business needs, including:

Field Formation memberships (open workspace), ideal for maximum flexibility, as well as collaboration and connectivity through interaction with other members.

Fixed Formation memberships (dedicated desks), allowing members to enjoy the open workspace benefit with the added ease of a consistent, reserved workplace.

In addition to a number of neighboring conveniences that make up The Star campus, all members of Formation will have access to shared spaces such as a library-inspired open workspace, multiple conference rooms, phone booths for private conversations, a welcome bar that will be a gathering point to interact and network with fellow members, and more.

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Stampede 66 by Stephan Pyles to Host Five-Course Sangria Dinner

Summertime sangrias and a delicious menu await you.



Stampede 66 by Stephan Pyles at Delta Hotels Dallas Allen continues their monthly pairing dinners with a five-course sangira dinner featuring Messina Hof Winery.

On Monday, August 12 at 6:30pm, Tiffany Hand of Republic National Distributing Company will guide guests through the summertime sangria pairing choices as Chef Pyles and Executive Chef Race describe each course.

Here’s what’s on the menu:

First Course – Shared Appetizers: Ash Baked Brie with Chipotle-Raspberry Jam and Local Goat Cheese Dip with Crudité
Wine: White Apple Peach Sangria

Second Course – Tapas Style: Steamed Mussels, Fried Olives, Pan Con Tomate, Pickled Carrots, Blistered Padron Peppers
Wine: Classic Red Sangria

Third Course: Fried Calamari Taco with Lemon-Garlic Aioli
Wine: White Orange, Lemon & White Grape Sangria

Fourth Course: Grilled Flank Steak, Cilantro Chimichurri, Spicy Chorizo Risotto, Roasted Summer Heirloom Vegetables
Wine: Cherry Blood Orange Red Sangria

Fifth Course: Grilled Summer Fruits, Fruity Pebbles Macaron, Chocolate Salami
Wine: Pink Strawberry Raspberry Sangria

Space is limited. Spots can be reserved for $65 plus tax and gratuity. Please reserve your spot by calling Stampede 66 directly at 469.675.0800.

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‘Go. All. Out.’ at Sidecar Social

A curated, interactive social lounge experience just for adults is opening in Addison.



Photo courtesy of Sidecar Social

Sidecar Social, a new entertainment and dining destination for adults, will open next month (August 19) in Addison’s Village on the Parkway at Belt Line Road and the Dallas North Tollway.

The 20,000-square foot, curated, interactive social lounge experience, founded by Brent Tipps of BoomerJack’s, will feature craft cocktails and bites, free classic grownup games, karaoke, live music, enormous TVs, and all-season patio.

“We all want a place to go to hang out, relax, and connect with our friends and new people,” says Tipps. “Everything about Sidecar Social is designed around that. From shareable plates to free games, we built a place you can bring a friend to and go from dinner and drinks to games and music — you feel like you don’t want to leave.”

Rotating, shareable menu highlights will include Adult Mac N Cheese, Grilled Cauliflower Steak, Charred Corn Guacamole, Smoked Burnt End Nachos, and Wood-Oven Grilled Flatbreads. On the lighter side, Sidecar Social will offer artisan salads and grilled kabobs. Featured sandwiches will include the Nashville Hot, Braised Short Rib French Dip and Akaushi Ground Beef Burger with Chimichurri Sauce while entrees will consist of Chicken and Waffles, Grilled Lemon Dill Salmon, Hanger Steak, and more.

Two main bars will serve guests—one horseshoe bar and convivial lounge area off the main dining room with views of the kitchen and guests, and a giant, rectangular bar in the primary two-story showroom between three enormous 18-foot televisions, two bocce courts, shuffleboard, and generous banquettes with full views of live music stage.

Guests will be able to enjoy delicious craft cocktails such as the Elderflower Paloma to Strawberry Basil Bees Knees and Italian 76. Handcrafted classic cocktails will also be available. Upon opening, daily drink specials will include $5 craft cocktails on Tuesdays, $5 martinis on Wednesdays, half-price wine and happy hour drinks from open until 6 p.m. on weekdays.

Free, classic, indoor games for grownups will include a giant, eight-person foosball table, private ping-pong room, shuffleboard, bocce ball, pop-a-shot, corn hole and darts.

Live entertainment acts are poised to take the stage every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on a remote, retractable platform including acoustic acts, live dance bands and DJs. Additional staging areas on the patio and main dining room will be available to host DJs and acoustic acts. Local restaurant and live music industry veteran and General Manager Steve Richardson plans to bring the best acts from the regional music scene to Sidecar Social.

Décor and atmosphere will include high ceilings; an exhibition kitchen; wrought iron, brick, and genuine handcrafted wood accents; leaded-glass windows; modern wood and leather furnishings; and industrial lighting. Private karaoke rooms will overlook the second floor alongside a sumptuous lounge with great views of the music stage, dance floor, games, and centerpiece bar.

Just off to the right of the main entrance there will be an enormous, elevated, dog-friendly patio. The company took care to preserve the many trees providing shade to the patio and added additional weatherizing features to keep furry and human guests comfortable all year long.

Sidecar Social believes in giving back to the community and has chosen local organization Operation Kindness, the largest no-kill shelter in North Texas, to work with as a charity partner. Tentative events supporting the organization will include drives, fundraisers, and pet adoptions. Proceeds from a doggie entrée bowl, a menu item for four-legged guests, will benefit Operation Kindness.

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