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Stephan Pyles' New Flora Street Cafe is a Feast for the Eyes

Stephan Pyles' New Flora Street Cafe is a Feast for the Eyes

After more than a decade at his self-titled restaurant, serving up his famous standards —  tamale tart, cowboy ribeye, heaven and hell cake — chef Stephan Pyles banished them to his second restaurant, Stampede 66, and started anew at Flora Street Café. His goal now is to cook more formally daring food, challenging Dallas taste buds and avoiding the greatest hits.


The result is a daredevil modernist restaurant of a kind Dallas lacked. Techniques are intricate and frequently high-tech. Read Observer food critic Brian Reinhart's full review of Flora Street Cafe here


After more than a decade at his self-titled restaurant, serving up his famous standards —  tamale tart, cowboy ribeye, heaven and hell cake — chef Stephan Pyles banished them to his second restaurant, Stampede 66, and started anew at Flora Street Café. His goal now is to cook more formally daring food, challenging Dallas taste buds and avoiding the greatest hits.

The result is a daredevil modernist restaurant of a kind Dallas lacked. Techniques are intricate and frequently high-tech. Read Observer food critic Brian Reinhart's full review of Flora Street Cafe here

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