All-you-can-eat restaurants spare diners the paralyzing indecision of a long menu and whether it's more appropriate to call the waiter "sir" or "buddy." Make confident mealtime choices with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $23 for a churrasco lunch for two, valid Monday-Friday (a $45.98 value)
- $45 for a churrasco dinner for two with two beverages (an $85.88 value)
- $83 for a churrasco dinner for four with four beverages (a $171.76 value)
For the dinner option, patrons may choose any beverage up to a $7.95 value. See the full menu
Though churrasca restaurants are popping up everywhere, Ivan Utrera is generally recognized as the first bold soul to open a Brazilian steakhouse in America, bringing family recipes from his native city of Sao Paulo. For nearly 20 years, Rodizio Grill's teams of gauchos have presented three-foot skewers of rotisserie-grilled meats tableside, giving guests the opportunity to sample as much as they can shake their fork at. The selection of seasoned meats includes picanha com parmesao—sirloin encrusted with parmesan—and frango agri-doce, chicken glazed in a sweet and spicy sauce. The gauchos also present skewered fruits and vegetables, including Rodizio's signature grilled pineapple.
The menu keeps it simple with only a few other embellishments, but they certainly share the spotlight with the churrasca. Unlimited appetizers include polenta and banana poppers, and a gourmet salad bar features whipped potatoes, Brazilian black-bean stew, and grilled veggies with parmesan cheese. Everything is homemade, including the desserts and the specialty limeades concocted from fresh limes and sweet cream. Because the menu is centered on meat and vegetables, 90% of the restaurant's dishes are gluten-free and wouldn't know the first thing about how to approach a carb at a dance party.