Don’t order the wild boar. Not a good dish. Meat was not trimmed well, green beans had some sort string vinigar on them. Wine list is very extensive, if they have it in stock.
Cowboy Ciao is known for its chopped salad. I found it a bit bland for my taste buds. Having conversation with friends is literally impossible because the noise level was deafening. CC had come highly recommended, and I will recommend it, but I’m in no hurry to return.
We had been referred to Cowboy Ciao by a friend in Dallas. I had the mushroom “pan fry” which consisted of a great variety of different types of mushrooms over two polenta cakes drowned (swimming actually) in a bland cream sauce. The mushrooms were very good; but the polenta cakes and quantity of bland cream sauce killed the dish. My wife had the brisket sandwich - brisket great; but, the overall sandwich was soggy and the carmelized onions overpowered the dish.
The best wine list I've seen.
Waitstaff had too many tables! Had to wait for drink refills and didn’t order desert cuz it would have taken too long.
Delicious as always! Got to have the chopped salad!!
Amazing place - consistent, unique and delicious menu, fantastic server and a wine list that is the best around
Not a giant menu but choices of all kinds from soups, salads, and of course some very interesting taste options. I did the exotic mushroom fry with polenta- excellent variety and textures. It run of the mill wines by the glass. Fast service and plenty of quantity. Definite recc for lunch!
Excellent food and service. Always a winner! Their award winning salad continues to amaze and the sandwiches were so tasty
Choose from a variety of semi-private spaces, seating options & table configurations for groups of 12-150. For a double dose of local flavor, start your guests off with a reception at our wine bar next door! Food & Beverage minimums apply on certain evenings, at certain times of the year.View Private Dining Details