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Pork out at this powerfully good churrascaría. For a fixed price of $35.90 for lunch or $39.90 for dinner, take advantage of the only option here, the Brazilian rodizio, an ongoing feast of salads and meats. Start at the unlimited gourmet buffet, which includes delicacies such as pickled quail eggs, marinated Spanish onions, fresh watercress, and a whole prosciutto. Then move on to the meats -- everything from lamb to filet mignon to chicken hearts -- grilled, skewered, and sliced tableside onto your plate. Side dishes like fried yuca, manioc (cassava flour), white rice, and black beans complete the prix fixe, but not the meal -- á la carte desserts, particularly the flan in caramel sauce, are worth the additional fee. Lunch and dinner.
Enjoy smooth Brazilian jazz.
Brazil, like the United States, is a big-ass country. When you have a big-ass country, you generally have a cuisine that's all about the fat of the land. Every animal, plant, fruit, and vegetable should be abundantly heaped upon the plate of a big-ass country's big-ass meal.When you bring a big-ass country's cuisine to the U.S. (witness China, Mexico, India) we have the odd tendency of serving it up buffet style -- putting no limits on whatever fat-of-the land meal is already being... More »
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