Inspired by Brazilian gaucho—or cowboy—style of cooking meats, the owners and chefs of Brazaviva Churrascaria opened their restaurant and devoted its menu of endless dishes to the Old-World grilling method. As the restaurant describes it, the wayfaring gauchos roamed the expansive grasslands of Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul, skewering their meat dinners and roasting them over a fiery pit, before carving off thin slices to be shared around the fire.
Holding true to that tradition, the eatery's expert carvers bring skewers of fire-roasted beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and sausage tableside to pile plates high. Guests eat as much as they like, using a card that is green on one side and red on the other to indicate to the friendly staff carvers to keep the feast flowing, or to take a moment's savoring pause. Whatever belly room is left over after all cards go red calls for filling up with one of the eatery's unique desserts that swirl South American flavors such as passion fruit and papaya into rich smoothies and mousses. A collection of fine wines selected specially to compliment the charred flavors of the meats is available to complete the experience.
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Maison Gourmet's culinary artists channel French cooking techniques to craft cuisine cataloged on an extensive menu. Saturday and Sunday brunch rewards early-rising appetites with delectables such as Maison's omelet stuffed with ham, mushrooms, and swiss cheese ($7). Limber chomping muscles with sweet and savory crêpes, or munch on meal-prefacing portions of ham and cheese croissants ($3.95). A glass of Cotes de Rhone red wine from France pairs well with escargots en persillade ($10.95)—snails under a blanket of garlic-parsley sauce—and hearty helpings of beef bourguignon ($15.95) erase hunger pangs faster than the speed of light: 28 mph. Postmeal cool downs begin with crème brûlée, rich custard cream cloaked in a layer of crispy, warm caramel that sneaks into mouths to goose unsuspecting sweet teeth ($6.95).
The kitchen in Bazzura Cafe churns out a menu of flavorful dishes that charm unsuspecting tongues with authentic Colombian flair. Bite into a Bazzura Especial burger that's dressed heavy enough for a Alaskan winter with layers of lettuce, tomato, egg, ham, and bacon, and topped with pineapple and garlic sauces ($7.99). Quesadillas can be packed with cheese, ham, chicken, beef, or sausage before being tossed into friends' mouths ($5.25–$7.50), although tackling a plate of bandeja paisa featuring fried pork belly served with steak, red beans, and sweet plantains might require shoulder pads and a solid helmet ($8.99).
For more than four years, family owned cafe-restaurant serving most of Venezuelan flavors. We also cater events and private parties. Open from 7:00 to 7:00 Mondays to Saturdays and from 8:00 to 1:00 pm on Sundays, we accept all major credit cards. We offer daily different choices for lunch and many options for breakfast.