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$1.57 Specials At Maple Leaf Diner Celebrate Canada Day In Dallas

Celebrate Canada's 157th birthday with authentic Canadian cuisine
Photo: Maple Leaf Diner

As Canada prepares to mark its 157th birthday on July 1, Maple Leaf Diner in Dallas is gearing up for a celebration of Canadian heritage that promises to delight locals and expats alike.

Maple Leaf Diner is rolling out a series of irresistible specials from June 30 at 1:57 p.m. through July 1 during regular business hours to commemorate Canada Day. Guests can raise a glass of Spiked Canadian Punch for just $1.57, a refreshing homage to Canada's rich culinary heritage. 

For those craving a savory treat, the diner offers half-portions of its signature poutine for the same price, inviting patrons to indulge in the classic combination of crispy fries, cheese curds and house-made beef gravy.

Since opening in 2015, Maple Leaf Diner has been a staple for those seeking authentic Canadian cuisine in Texas. Owner Mike Delaurier, originally from Windsor, Ontario, founded the diner to bring the essence of Canadian cuisine to his wife's hometown. 

“At Maple Leaf, we pride ourselves on using top-notch ingredients, ensuring a superior dining experience,” Delaurier told Local Profile in a recent interview. “Canadian diners, like ours, have a welcoming, home-style atmosphere that adds comfort to the dining experience for our guests.”

Located at 12817 Preston Rd, Dallas, Maple Leaf Diner invites everyone to join in the festivities and savor a taste of Canada without leaving Texas.

For more information on Maple Leaf Diner and its Canada Day specials, click here.

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