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The Angry Cactus Bar & Grill

Welcome to The Angry Cactus, where the flavors of Texas come alive on your plate! Our restaurant, located in the heart of San Angelo, offers a unique dining experience that blends traditional Texas cuisine with modern twists and techniques.

At The Angry Cactus, Executive Chef Tim Condon brings his passion and expertise to every dish he creates. Chef Condon has been in the culinary industry since 1998 and has honed his skills in some of the most prestigious kitchens across the country. With his extensive knowledge of Texas ingredients and his creativity in the kitchen, Chef Condon has crafted a menu that is both diverse and delicious.

From our signature smoked meatloaf to our juicy chicken fried steak, every dish at The Angry Cactus is made with the freshest ingredients and cooked to perfection. Our menu also features a variety of vegetarian and gluten-free options, ensuring that everyone can enjoy our flavorful cuisine.

In addition to our mouthwatering food, The Angry Cactus also boasts a full bar with a wide selection of craft beers, wines, and specialty cocktails. Whether you're in the mood for a classic margarita or a unique concoction like our Spicy Cactus Bloody Mary, our skilled bartenders will create the perfect drink to complement your meal.

So come on down to The Angry Cactus and experience the bold flavors of Texas cuisine. Whether you're here for a family dinner, a night out with friends, or a special occasion, our friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere will make your visit a memorable one.




Timothy W. Condon was born and raised in Omaha Nebraska. At age 10 Tim started developing a love for great food in his family’s kitchen. By the time he was 14, Tim started working as a cook in the restaurant industry. Soon he was interning as a chef at some of Omaha’s best restaurants and country clubs.

After graduating high school Tim attended The Institute for the Culinary Arts. While attending culinary school he began hosting cooking shows and classes at Dillard’s and Ser la Table.

By age 18 Tim was working as a Sous Chef at the prestigious Skyline Woods Country Club in the Omaha area. There he developed a signature multicultural style of cooking. He also began to develop a love of great wine.