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Choose Between Two Options
$35 for a Brazilian dinner for two (up to a $70 total value)
- One appetizer (up to a $10 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $48 value)
- Two house beers or glasses of wine (up to a $12 value)
$70 for a Brazilian dinner for four (up to a $140 total value)
- Two appetizers (up to a $20 value)
- Four entrees (up to a $96 value)
- Four house beers or glasses of wine (up to a $24 value)
Guests enjoy a feast of Brazilian cuisine, such as savory croquettes in kibe, coxinha, and risolis de queijo varieties, feijoada, muqueca de peixe, galinha na cerveja, and xim xim de galinha.
Canto Do Brasil Restaurant
Weekly samba performances complement authentic Brazilian fare at Canto Do Brasil Restaurant, one of San Francisco's longest-standing Brazilian restaurants and subject of a Check, Please! Bay Area feature. To commence meals, chefs can sauté fresh calamari with white wine or grill up a sausage that intimidates foot-long hot dogs with its 16-inch length and muscular entourage of bread. For the main dish, forks can tap dance over the galinha na cerveja, a half chicken marinated in dark beer and Brazilian-style spices; or hide away inside the seafood tropical’s pineapple shell, in which a sauce made with orange, apple, and coconut festoons a medley of seafood. Finally, a selection of Brazilian and Portuguese beers or the signature caipirinha’s mix of sugar, lime, and rum's bad-boy cousin cachaça can wash down meals with authentic South American flavors.
Patrons can pluck their daily serving of fruit from piled-high headdresses on Friday and Saturday nights, when Canto Do Brasil hosts live Carnaval samba performances in a relaxed, festive, and romantic atmostphere. Dancers decked out in feathered plumes and sparkly costumes shimmy and shake their way between rustic wooden chairs and cerulean walls for a beach aesthetic, entertaining customers and competing to see whose headdress can attract the most parrots.