Does a gold coin fall from your Chocolate Piñata? Then it’s on the house!
Looking for a smashing way to celebrate National Piñata Day? The party starts as soon as you crack open the Chocolate Piñata, a made-from-scratch dessert found only at Uncle Julio’s. Made by hand, a delicious chocolate globe is filled with homemade mini churros, fresh pineapple and strawberries, all bursting with flavor and ready to create an unforgettable dessert experience.
In honor of National Piñata Day on Monday, April 18th, 10 percent of all Chocolate Piñatas ordered at Dallas-Fort Worth-area Uncle Julio’s restaurants April 18 through May 3, 2022, will be filled with something extra-special – a gold-wrapped chocolate coin. If that lucky gold coin falls from your Chocolate Piñata, that piñata is on the house!
“At Uncle Julio’s, we’re all about taking every opportunity to make memories with friends and family,” said Dan Wheeler, chief marketing officer of Uncle Julio’s Restaurant Group. “Whether it’s National Piñata Day or a celebration of your own making, we hope this fun promotion makes the experience at Uncle Julio’s even more special.”
After bursting onto the menu at Uncle Julio’s, the Chocolate Piñata has become a fan favorite. Guests crack open the chocolate delicacy with a wooden mallett and then dip its delicious contents -- homemade mini churros, fresh pineapple and strawberries -- in Uncle Julio's house-made chocolate ganache and fresh whipped cream. The Chocolate Piñata serves 4-8 people.
The Chocolate Piñata is available now in Uncle Julio’s restaurants in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, including Allen, Alliance, Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth, Grapevine and North Dallas/Keller Springs.
Uncle Julio’s serves made-from-scratch Mexican cuisine, using fresh ingredients and authentic recipes to create its signature taste in everything from mesquite-grilled meats to hand-crafted margaritas. Guests find memorable dining experiences through a welcoming atmosphere and interactive menu, looking into the open kitchen to see dishes being prepared, or cracking open a Chocolate Piñata. Headquartered in the Dallas, Texas area, the first Uncle Julio’s opened in 1986 and continues to expand to define the polished casual Mexican industry. To find a location near you or to peruse the mouth-watering menu, visit UncleJulios.com, or connect with Uncle Julio’s on Facebook @UncleJulios and Instagram @UncleJuliosMexican.