You know how corporate life can be. You’re either herding cattle or part of the herd. Either way, the alarm clock goes off and all you want to do is moo. But then one day lunch comes around and you think – to heck with this, I’m going to milk it for all it’s worth.
So you and your favorite work associate mosey on over to the newly re-opened Texas Cattle Company and order a couple of cold ones. Yep, on their lunch break. And I’m not saying who it was or what they ordered . . . but there definitely wasn’t dairy involved. Except, of course, for cheese.
As in melted Monterey Jack smothering the ultimate Texas Cattle Company comfort food: Wok This Way. Fresh sautéed veggies and slices of medium rare filet on a bed of rice to mix it with and fork it all up, right before washing it down with the aforementioned cold one. And let’s not forget the order of wings – refried, if you want them, just like they used to do in the good ol’ days on Riverside Drive.
The brand-spankin’ redeuxed Texas Cattle Company is located on Houston Road, just off Hartley Bridge Road in the southern and newly developed realms of Macon (note, we’re talking Houston Road, not Avenue, although both have a Fincher’s BBQ). In addition to the bovine fine art atmosphere, there is plenty of seating, both cozy and large party accommodating, including a room for private gigs.
Just don’t tell the boss man about the cold one. He might get jealous he wasn’t invited.
p.s. Pic was taken undercover on the clock, so excuse the cell quality!