Miriam Cocina Latina Halloween Brunch and Día de los Muertos

Miriam Cocina Latina, the popular eatery on Klyde Warren Park in the Dallas Art’s District celebrates Dia de los Muertos on Thursday, November 2 with an El Jimador paint and sip party beginning at 6:30pm.

The $35 price includes a El Jimador Tequila Flight (añejo, reposado and blanco) OR two El Jimador house margaritas frozen or “en los rocas” and a traditional ceramic calavera skull and paint supplies to decorate. Complimentary appetizers and bites will be served. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. 

For Halloween (10/27-10/31), Miriam features festively named cocktails including El Beso de la Muerte, El Muerto Margarita, El Vampiro and El Suspiro de la Bruja.

Bewitched brunch specials available on Saturday and Sunday (10am-3pm) include the Spinach Scramble (spinach eggs, refried black beans, pico de Gallo, Mexican creme and queso fresco crumbles), Beet Salad (red and golden beets, granny smith apples, oranges, arugula, cilanto, chives and and cucumber-lime vinaigrette)and the Monstrous Verde Omelet (spinach, eggs,, red and yellow bell peppers and black beans, served with Mexican pesto, fingerling potatoes and carrots). 

Miriam Cocina Latina is located at 2015 Woodall Rogers Freeway on the edge of downtown’s Klyde Warren Park. Complimentary valet parking is always provided and the outdoor patio is pet-friendly. Hours of operations are Monday – Thursday 11am – 9:30pm Friday 11am – 10:30pm, Saturday 10am – 10:30pm and Sunday 10am – 9:30pm. For more information go to www.miriamcocina.com or call 214-855-5275. 

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