This spirited Midtown roadhouse is supported by a largely gay clientele, but welcomes all for some of the best prairie fare this side of the Rio ... More
This spirited Midtown roadhouse is supported by a largely gay clientele, but welcomes all for some of the best prairie fare this side of the Rio Grande. Offering perfectly-rendered steaks, chops, ribs, chicken and barbecue, Cowtippers has garnered consistent awards since opening in 1993. Eclectic art and western artifacts adorn the walls of the rambling, 60-year-old building, while a Texas-sized patio tempts guests to park their plates outside. Be sure to sample the "Rita" menu, a listing of the bar's enormous and enormously-popular margarita concoctions.
We sat for 20 minutes before anyone greeted us. Our drinks took another ten minutes, and were not worth $10 for a watered down grey goose martini. The steaks came out well, instead of the medium rare that we ordered, and the server said that sometimes they overcook them and asked us if we wanted to have two new steaks cooked. Now starving, we said we would make do. We won't be back