Brazilian Steakhouses in Corcoran


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  • Samba Brazilian Steak House
    Samba's menu spans continents, uniting dishes toasted over the leaping flames of a Brazilian grill with those cooked in the heated clay interior of a tandoor oven. Samba's signature rodizio dinners deliver skewered meats to tables, where they are carved by servers directly onto diners' plates. Picanha, a cut of beef, is a popular choice. For those who would rather not indulge in the all-you-can-eat option, the picanha burger?covered in mozzarella, grilled mushrooms, and peppers?offers a taste of the Brazilian beef. Indian offerings include seven types of naan bread, chicken tikka masala, and biryani rice entrees. Samba serves Mediterranean as well, from hummus appetizers to shish kebab lunches and pizzas dotted with feta cheese. Though the food comes from various regions, the venue positions diners under the same sky?or at least a ceiling charmingly painted to mimic the clouds. Samba also celebrates birthdays with exceptional fanfare: drums, tambourines, and song, instead of the traditional treat of fine-dining establishments, a lobster clutching candles in its claws. This excitement also extends to the upcoming 2014 World Cup beginning in June, during which the restaurant will air the contests with a family-friendly atmosphere.
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    6737 North Palm Avenue
    Fresno, CA US
  • Ethel Red's Chop House
    Ethel Reds Chop House is named for a red-haired woman hallowed in family legend and yarns: the indomitable Ethel. Her ninety-some years of life were apparently filled with daring adventures, from jumping off waterfalls to riding a bull. The Chop House still serves her famed chili, and massive cuts of steak and chops challenge patrons. The eatery brims with bone-in ribeye and pork ribs like a ballad written by a hungry cowboy, and bacon celebrates an affinity for beef by embracing cuts of filet mignon and piling on top of cheeseburgers. Diners bond over live country music, chicken wings, and copious use of napkins in the Western-style dining room, which is decorated by saddles, horseshoes, and other riding accessories. On balmy days, visitors toting drinks from the full bar wander to the patio garden to take in the fresh air.
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    850 E. D St.
    Lemoore, CA US
  • Yukon Jacks
    If you want massive portions of hearty traditional American fare at the right prices, come to Yukon Jack's in Fresno. Serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner, Yukon Jack's has what it takes to sate the biggest appetites at any meal. Try one of the Yukon breakfast platters, each served with three eggs, skillet potatoes or fresh fruit, and a side of toast. Come for lunch and build your own burger from a long list of toppings and cheeses and chow down on your creation with a side of fries, a salad or a cup of soup. For supper, try a Yukon ribeye, cooked to order and topped with crunchy fried onions. If you still have room for dessert, finish up the meal with the signature fry bread pudding. Come with an appetite and leave with a smile at Yukon Jack's.
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    6833 N Golden State Blvd
    Fresno, CA US
  • Manchester Steak House
    Find great food in a comfortable setting at Manchester Steak House — pizza lovers flock to this tasty joint. The menu doesn't include any low-fat items, so set aside some extra calories for your visit. Parents, bring your kids along to Manchester Steak House, where you'll find a family-friendly menu and ambience. Patio tables and chairs are ready for Manchester Steak House diners who prefer their meals al fresco. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. null Frugal foodies will especially love the prices at Manchester Steak House, with a meal typically hovering under the $15 mark.
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    1901 E Shields Ave
    Fresno, CA US
  • Yosemite Ranch Steak House
    Yosemite Ranch Steak House shares a unique history with the people of Fresno and is passionate about a commitment to the area. The dining experience offers authentic aesthetic elements and strives to offer unforgettable food. The restaurant has excellent online reviews, usually with an average of 4.5 to 5 stars. There are numerous steak and seafood options on the menu as well as salads, burgers, menus for children, and lighter meals from a variety of categories. It is recommended that diners make reservations, which is easy to do online. Yosemite Ranch Steak House also offers catering and holiday buffet luncheons.
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    1520 E Champlain Dr
    Fresno, CA US
  • Samba Brazilian Steak House
    Samba's menu spans continents, uniting dishes toasted over the leaping flames of a Brazilian grill with those cooked in the heated clay interior of a tandoor oven. Samba's signature rodizio dinners deliver skewered meats to tables, where they are carved by servers directly onto diners' plates. Picanha, a cut of beef, is a popular choice. For those who would rather not indulge in the all-you-can-eat option, the picanha burger—covered in mozzarella, grilled mushrooms, and peppers—offers a taste of the Brazilian beef. Indian offerings include seven types of naan bread, chicken tikka masala, and biryani rice entrees. Samba serves Mediterranean as well, from hummus appetizers to shish kebab lunches and pizzas dotted with feta cheese. Though the food comes from various regions, the venue positions diners under the same sky—or at least a ceiling charmingly painted to mimic the clouds. Samba also celebrates birthdays with exceptional fanfare: drums, tambourines, and song, instead of the traditional treat of fine-dining establishments, a lobster clutching candles in its claws. This excitement also extends to the upcoming 2014 World Cup beginning in June, during which the restaurant will air the contests with a family-friendly atmosphere.
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    760 W Shaw Ave
    Fresno, CA US
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