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You Can Now Eat Stephan Pyles’ Cowboy Ribeye & Tamale Tart At Stampede 66

The Heaven & Hell cake also makes its triumphant return The departure of longtime Arts District dining institution Stephan Pyles was definitely bitter sweet. On one hand, it allowed Pyles to open Flora Street Cafe, which has quickly earned praise from diners and critics alike. On the other, Pyles left behind some of his most famous dishes when those doors shuttered on Ross Ave in May.
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