Politically-Themed Bar and Grill Planned for DFW

The Angry Elephant is tentatively set to open in Frisco in summer of 2023.
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The Angry Elephant is planning its first North Texas location. “It’s a politically-themed, neighborhood bar,” said Greg Jasper, partner with The Angry Elephant. “It’s a really neat concept.”

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Construction is expected to soon get underway in a 4,000-square-foot space at 1624 FM 423, Ste. 100 in Frisco. That location is expected to open to the public sometime in the summer of 2023.

The Angry Elephant features gourmet hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, salads, wings, nachos, and more. The bar and grill is well-known for its drinks and politically-themed menu items such as The George W. Bush BLT Dog, The Joe Biden “Shroom Dog, and The Bill Clinton Dirty Chili Cheese Dog.

Chip Ingram opened the first location for The Angry Elephant in San Antonio. Locations are also open in College Station and Bryan with one opening soon in Magnolia and another planned for Cypress next summer.

The bar and grill’s décor includes candid photographs of when American presidents were in their younger years. “We try not to make it too serious because politics are obviously very serious right now. Whatever we’ve done, it works because people love it,” Jasper told What Now Dallas.

Known for its “liberal cocktails at conservative prices,” The Angry Elephant motto is “Like Your Politics, Love Your Bar,” stated The Angry Elephant website. “No matter your affiliation, we guarantee that you’ll find a drink and meal that you can pledge your allegiance to.”

Amber D. Browne

Amber D. Browne is a writer, editor, voiceover artist, and author of The Little Book of Hermetic Principles: Heal Your Energy, Seek Enlightenment, and Deepen Your Understanding of Your Mind, Body, and Spirit. Browne has more than two decades of experience in journalism including in television, radio, magazines, and online publications.
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