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Texas de Brazil is a Brazilian-American churrascaria, which is the Portuguese word for "barbecue," and has its origins in the campfire cooking of the gauchos of Southern Brazil. Be prepared for a... Read More
Texas de Brazil is a Brazilian-American churrascaria, which is the Portuguese word for "barbecue," and has its origins in the campfire cooking of the gauchos of Southern Brazil. Be prepared for a different dining experience. You start your meal with a trip to the 50-60 item salad bar area that includes appetizers, soups, salads and other traditional side items. Once you return to your seat, the real fun begins. Each diner is provider with a two-sided card; green on one side, red on the other. You use the green side of the card to summon waiters, known as Passadores, to your table. The Passadores will then arrive with knives and a skewer speared various kinds of meat such as pork, filet mignon, lamb, chicken, or sausage. This is called "rodizio" service. This is an all-you-can-eat dinner, so make sure you come with a big appetite.
- Best for Steakhouses Because: Texas de Brazil is a change of pace from the traditional steakhouse, offering a fun and interesting dining experience.
- Best for Buffet Because: Located in the Westshore business district, Texas de Brazil features a never-ending parade of waiters bearing Portuguese barbecue.
- Best for Restaurants near Steinbrenner Field Because: If you have a huge appetite after the game, head to Texas de Brazil for an all you can eat meal, heavy on the meat.