Review of Cowboy Chow in Deep Ellum

2801 Commerce St.

DALLAS — Cowboy Chow is now offering a brunch menu and full bar, thanks to its recently attained liquor license.

Located in the heart of Deep Ellum, diners can experience the soul of Texas cooking with rustic flavors and slow cooked meats for lunch and dinner, plus brunch served on weekends.

Cowboy Chow’s weekend brunch menu offers the best ranch-style breakfast around. Be sure to try a signature menu item like the French Toast with Drunken Blackberry Syrup, which includes four slices of Texas toast or Belgian waffles dipped in a cinnamon egg batter then grilled until golden brown and topped with a generous drizzle of blueberry and orange liqueur syrup.

Also on the menu are Boso’s famous Machacas, a Mexican version of “Steak and Eggs” using two grilled flour tortillas stuffed with beer braised brisket, fluffy scrambled eggs, jalapeños and crisp tortilla strips then topped with cheddar cheese and fire sauce, and is served over a bed of grilled home fries, a sure fire hangover remedy.

Boso’s country-esque menu includes several favorites to oblige non-meat eaters, including Veggie Tacos and Cowboy Nachos. For “ladies who lunch” and prefer a meal on the lighter side, any of Boso’s specialty tacos can be converted into a salad, with or without the avocado-lime cream. A few other must-try items include Fried Green Tomato Lollipops and Dr. Pepper Braised Beef Ribs, not to mention the famous Mashed Tater Parfait.

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