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Argentinian Steakhouse Corrientes 348 Hits Downtown Next Week

The meaty eatery hits arrives in the United States for the very first time

Kevin Marple
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Next week, the first North American outpost of popular South American steakhouse Corrientes 348 will officially make its Dallas debut.

The restaurant is set to open its doors at 1807 Ross Avenue, in the restaurant formerly occupied by Stephan Pyles’ now-shuttered eponymous restaurant. Founded in the late 1990s, Corrientes 348 operates six restaurants in Brazil — which is admittedly a little confusing — and the Dallas outpost marks the chain’s first foray into Dallas.

As far as the food is concerned, Corrientes 348 is (obviously) beef-focused, serving up carefully vetted cuts only sourced from American farms. Lamb, chicken, pork, and fish dishes will also be on offer, along with salads and South American starters like empanadas and morcilla, an Argentinian blood sausage. A lengthy list of wines will also be on offer, along with cocktails and classic desserts like tres leches cake, Argentinian crepes stuffed with dulce de leche, and flan.

Corrientes 348 will officially kick open the doors for lunch and dinner service on Tuesday, June 20.