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Chef Grady Spears has authored numerous cookbooks and showcased his skills on Good Morning America and the Today show, yet he still doesn't identify with the term chef. He's a cowboy cook—a long, tall Texan who made a living punching and selling cattle until a freak happenstance involving a quitting chef landed him in the grill-pilot seat. Patrons at Grady's Line Camp Steakhouse won't find any polished bamboo floors; instead, gritty hardwood and log-cabin-style seating complement the hearty menu, responsible for the restaurant's placement on Texas Monthly magazine's list of the 38 best steak houses in the Lone Star State. Patrons can snuggle up to grilled steaks and southwestern-style stuffed peppers after enjoying a beer-battered and fried appetizer or can clink longnecks to live music on the weekends for a rowdy evening without regretting trying to tip over a snoozing cowboy.

4610 Shaw Rd
Tolar,
TX
US

The Lytle Land and Cattle Company obtains high-quality, corn-fed beef, which cooks chop on the premises and grill to smoky perfection. A meaty menu gathers protein-packed dinner fare such as yellowfin-tuna steak ($15.99) and heavily-marbled Abilenian rib eye ($26.99) imbued with the flavor of slow-burning mesquite wood and evenly grilled by the smoldering stares of covetous diners. For lunch, diners can rescue grilled or deep-fried pork chops mired in buttery mashed potatoes and surrounded by green beans ($10.49) or consume Sharon's zucchini and mushroom marinara with chicken ($9.99) or shrimp ($11.99).

1150 E South 11th St
Abilene,
TX
US