For Brazil's early cowboys, the plains of South America were the ultimate live-work space. As gauchos tracked cattle for local ranchers, they'd take their meals right there in the open air. Unable to transport and preserve meat, they began skewering and roasting large portions of a single animal in one sitting. The style of cooking was called churrasco, and it inspires the roaming buffet of meats at Gauchos Churrascaria.
Modern-day guests have some perks the cowboys never did: a salad bar stocked with fresh dishes such as pineapple salad and Brazilian cheese bread, plus a variety of starches and black beans as sides. Once they've returned to their table, they display a special card green-side up and start selecting from the parade of slow-roasted meats passing their table. (The card's red side halts the service when you need to focus on chewing or prevent a gaucho traffic jam.) The dozen varieties include prime rib, bacon-wrapped filet, and pork loin, all simply seasoned with their own juices and a little salt. Those who have managed to save room can end their meal with imported Italian desserts and a cup of Starbucks coffee.
For traditional Brazilian cooking in Nashua's North End district, try Sabor Brasil.
Whether rocking a gluten-free lifestyle or looking for something low-fat, this place will serve you just what you need.
Drinks all around! Pair your dinner with a beverage from Sabor Brasil's full bar.
Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at Sabor Brasil.
Seating is readily available at Sabor Brasil for those with large parties.
Speakers are blaring and crowds roaring at the restaurant, so prepare for a noisy night out.
Reserve a table ahead of time and avoid the lines.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Sabor Brasil.
Catering from Sabor Brasil will take your party to the next level.
If it's more of a Netflix night, Sabor Brasil lets you get your food via delivery or take out.
Take advantage of the free parking next door to Sabor Brasil.
You can enjoy a delicious meal at Sabor Brasil for a bargain rate, with most tabs there running well under $15 per person.
Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Sabor Brasil since it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Serving a range of tasty food and drink, Centro Grill and Cafe in Woburn will have you thinking about seconds (or thirds).
Calories take a backseat at Centro Grill and Cafe, where low-fat anything is barred from the menu.
Get connected at lightning fast speeds with Centro Grill and Cafe's complimentary wifi.
Your group can sit comfortably at Centro Grill and Cafe, a local restaurant.
Take it nice and easy at Centro Grill and Cafe, where casual dress is the rule of the day.
Place an order for pickup or schedule a delivery — the restaurant makes it easy to enjoy your meal from anywhere.
With prices below $15 per person, you can eat at Centro Grill and Cafe as often as you like!
All major credit cards are accepted.
Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Centro Grill and Cafe since it offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
“Basta, basta!” The words may as well be a mantra at Midwest Grill. The term, meaning “enough” in Portuguese, is the perfect finish to the churrascaria’s all-you-can-eat cavalcade of grilled meats and hearty seafood dishes. Passadores—the Brazilian word for waiters—rotate around tables, slicing fresh-grilled skewers of beef sirloin, Brazilian-style ribs, and succulent lamb and pork loin on to plates at the feaster’s demand. This dining style is known as rodízio, and it doesn't just apply to churrasco meats; patrons can also opt for seafood options, such as Brazilian fish stew and sautéed shrimp, or engage a server in a duel with a carving fork. The all-you-can-eat meal is served at a fixed price at both lunch and dinner, and includes unlimited helpings from the salad bar and hot-food buffet. Each of Midwest Grill's locations also houses a TV-lined bar, where mixologists concoct cocktails and pop open bottles of Brazilian beer and wine.
At Oasis Brazilian Restaurant, family and friends can enjoy authentic Brazilian dishes around tables topped with checkerboard cloths in a relaxed setting. Brazilian-style barbecue and specialty steaks sizzle on long spears over open flames, and a spread of seafood and vegetarian dishes showcase other South American flavors. Peach custard, coconut flan, and rice pudding help finish off hearty meals and spontaneous food fights on a sweet note.
ComeKeto (pronounced koh-may-keh-toe) derives its name from a Brazilian saying translates literally as "eat quietly," meaning "keep your business to yourself." But for Rio de Janeiro and kitchen-master Rodrigo Souza, it's too late for that kind of prudence?the word is out already. Specializing in massive, meaty burgers that are complemented by an optional layer of fiery chili, the sandwich shop offers such rib-stickers as the Salada, a burger with mozzarella and ham and the aptly-named Elephant, with chicken, steak, pork loin, and kielbasa sausage?to name just a few. ComeKeto also serves American-style subs and grinders, and meat-centric entrees such as the picanha na T?bua with sirloin steak and a secret house seasoning.