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Tolbert’s Restaurant & Chili Parlor



$$$$Perfect For:LunchClassic EstablishmentCasual Weeknight Dinner
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This classic Grapevine restaurant was born in 1976, almost ten years after Frank Tolbert founded the Terlingua Championship Chili Cook-Off. The current location in downtown Grapevine, which opened back in 2006, is great for a casual evening out after an afternoon at the nearby wineries. We’d argue it’s never too hot for a bowl of chili, but if you need a break from the heat, sub in the brisket tacos.

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