Corrientes 348 Argentinian Steakhouse
If you’re looking for family-style dining, Corrientes 348 Argentinian Steakhouse is the spot. Gone are the days of having to travel to South America for the amazing asado an Argentinian steakhouse has to offer — it’s right here in downtown Dallas. Known for its exceptional cuts of meat and hand-prepared to perfection, this is a dining experience for the books.
Brought to us by Dallas chef Nick Badovinus, Town Hearth is an eyecatching space decked out with the best of Americana decor — motorcycles, vintage automobiles, and so much more. These unique trinkets will leave you feeling like every visit is your first, as you’ll always spot something new. Amazing steaks, excellent service, and now with the exclusive Down Home menu available, you can also enjoy Town Hearth at your next at-home date night.
Fogo De Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
An upscale Brazilian steakhouse with an all-you-can-eat menu and meat carved right at your table, Fogo De Chão Brazilian Steakhouse fulfills all of your steakhouse dreams, and more. In addition to their top-notch beef selection, get your greens in at the fully-stocked salad bar.
Sky Rocket Burger
A family-owned restaurant, Sky Rocket Burger is your neighborhood burger joint, that offers the freshest locally grown toppings and 100% Angus beef ground on location, never frozen. The owners take pride in their made-to-order service, and their beef is 100% antibiotic and hormone free. With a no-frills menu to choose from, the choice is easy – a burger and fries!
Another highly recommended burger joint, Rodeo Goat has some of the best burgers in Dallas. Stacked higher than you can imagine, these burgers are handcrafted with unique toppings and delicious dressings. Calling all chili lovers – The Terlingua is smothered with homemade chili, corn chips, and a garlic-herb mayo. Our mouths are watering.
What’s on your list? Get out there and try these five restaurants offering stellar beef dishes in Dallas, TX. Consider yourself warned: you’ll leave very full, and very happy. For more dining and recreation recommendations, visit the Mosaic Dallas blog.