Corrientes 348: Book Your Easter Sunday Brunch With Corrientes!

Easter celebration at Corrientes with great food and family get together.

Dallas, USA - March 14, 2019 / / —

Celebrate Easter Sunday with a Sunday Supper specials at Corrientes 348. Easter Sunday is a time for families to celebrate together with great food! At Corrientes we’re pleased to give guests the opportunity to dine with us after church or for dinner and experience the best steakhouse in Dallas. In honor of the holiday, we are preparing a special full course menu served all day long.

Indulge in our prime cut select meats prepared on our special open grill, making it exposed for everyone's viewing pleasure. Be sure that our excellent service, that has no match, will always over exceed your expectations.

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Included in our holiday menu We will be offering a special Parrilla for Easter Sunday only for $85.00. This will consist of Pollito (grilled boneless chicken legs), Tapa de Cuadril (top sirloin), Cordero (leg of lamb), and Bife de Chorizo (New York strip) served parrilla style, with a side of Polenta Fries. Our Family Style offers much larger portions, feeding 4-5 people. This Easter Special Brunch menu will be offered in addition to our regular menu.

Our large private dining rooms provide the ultimate dining experience for large parties, corporate meetings, or even holiday special occasions. With large spaces available for large private dining parties, we are ready to cater to you for any event! Being voted as the best steakhouse in Downtown Dallas, Corrientes promises to leave
a lasting impression in all of their cattle hungry friends.

Book you next holiday party, happy hour gathering, or just good ole family dinner by making your reservation at or call us at 214-220-0348.

Contact Info:
Name: Corrientes 348
Organization: Corrientes 348
Address: 1807 Ross Ave Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: 214-220-0348

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