Dakota’s Steakhouse is normally closed on Sundays but this Easter it will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
A very special brunch is being prepared for Easter at Dakota’s. Chef Pete Harrison has created a mouth-watering menu.
A Crimson Blush (a Champagne cocktail with St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Chambord and a splash of Cabernet) is a great way to celebrate the day. Other cocktails include Bottomless Mimosas, Mojitos, a Skinny Spicy Smokey Rita that includes Heradurra Silver Tequila, Cointreau, fresh lemon, lime and orange juice with a dash of jalapeno-infused nectar in a smoked salt rim glass and; Dakota Mary (Grey Goose Vodka with Dakota’s Homemade Bloody Mary Mix).
With soups and a variety of salads and starters like Scottish Smoked Salmon with mini bagels, cream cheese, capers and hardboiled eggs, a second course that includes a variety of entrées like the Dakota’s Omelet (Tenderloin tips, Crimini mushrooms and Havarti cheese), and a third course with assorted mini dessert platters, there is something that is sure to please every palate.
Vegans can enjoy the Field Greens Salad with Texas field greens, red grape tomatoes with lemon-citrus vinaigrette and vegetarians might enjoy the Pecan Crusted Rainbow Trout with Strawberry Salsa.
Brunch is $35 for adults and $12 for the children’s menu (aged 12 and under).
Dakota’s Steakhouse is located at 600 N. Akard Street in Downtown Dallas, Texas. Reservations can be made by calling 214-740-4001 or through Open Table.
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