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.
Tim spent two years on the board of directors for the annual Easter Seals Nebraska Wine Event, one of the largest and most prestigious wine events in the Midwest. He then moved on to Prestige World Class where he became known for his cutting edge monthly wine tastings.
After graduating from culinary school he moved to Hawaii where he dove head first into Hawaiian Cuisine. At age 22 Tim became the Executive Chef at Paradise Cove, a 12 acre oceanfront estate located at the beautiful Ko’Olina Resort on Oahu.
In 2010 Tim moved to San Angelo, Texas where he opened Lonestar Cheeseburger Company a gourmet burger outlet. In 2014 Lonestar Cheeseburger received national attention when Mobile Cuisine Magazine ranked them #4 Best food truck burger in America. Lonestar Cheeseburger was also Voted #1 Foodtruck Burger in Texas by Mobilecusine.com.
In late 2016 Angry Cactus, an upscale Bar and Grill opened in downtown San Angelo. This restaurant quickly became a downtown landmark with its unique oversized Cactus sitting atop the roof of the building. "I want [Angry Cactus] to set the standard for dining and entertainment here in San Angelo" stated Tim Condon. "We go big around here. This is Texas!!!"