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Inside with the gourmet Cowboy 

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Cowboy Star co-owner Jon Weber.
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An ornate fire pit and Adirondacks assembled around the entryway.
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A view into the bar area from the entryway.
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The cocktail list comes via San Diego's location, featuring drinks like the Hogan's Mule: American Harvest vodka, mango, lemon juice and ginger beer with dried mango garnish.
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The sweet but delightful house Old Fashioned: Benchmark Bourbon, simple syrup and Fee Brothers bitters. Other fun ingredients found in other cocktails include sage leaf, aperitifs, pineapple chipotle simple syrup, and hickory simple syrup.
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Warm lighting and wood dominate the dining room.
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Chef Victor Jimenez and locally acquired chef de cuisine Brandon Martin.
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The C-Star Caesar, with bacon lardons subbing in for croutons — and God bless 'em — real anchovies.
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A chef's table that's literally in the kitchen acts as a prep table by day and dining table by night, with a TV showing a view of the San Diego kitchen (and vice versa).
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Colorado lamb with lamb sausage, olive tapenade, garbanzo puree and saffron aioli.
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The behemoth 40-ounce Porterhouse, prime natural from Creekstone Farms.
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A deconstructed carrot cake with pineapple, cheesecake mousse, pecan brittle and carrot ganache.
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The new market space features a reveal into a lofted wine and dry storage area.
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