The layout of Rio Rodizio is telling: with a candlelit dining area in one section and a long bar lined with flat screens in another, it's as much a place to take a date for a romantic meal as it is a spot to grab a drink after work. In the dining room, gaucho chefs carve cuts of lamb, beef, and pork right at the table, forcing diners to clear plate space next to seared fish, homemade pastas, and sushi rolls drizzled in flavorful sauce. Like a home that's been decorated by robbing a furniture store in the dark, the cocktail menu is a fusion of tastes, its Asian and Brazilian proclivities represented by sangrias, tropical juices, and sake.
Seafood stew and skewered meats are served fresh from the grill at Delicious De Minas Restaurant, a Brazilian spot that will not disappoint. For those avoiding fat and gluten, there's still plenty of tasty items on Delicious De Minas Restaurant's menu that can cater to your needs. Little ones are just as welcome as their parents at Delicious De Minas Restaurant. For comfortable outdoor service, Delicious De Minas Restaurant sets up a seasonal patio. Big crowds can spread out in comfort at Delicious De Minas Restaurant, which specializes in hosting large groups and gatherings. Free wireless internet is also available at Delicious De Minas Restaurant, so bring your tablet or laptop along.
Call ahead for reservations to ensure your table is waiting for you when you arrive. No need to put on airs for a trip to Delicious De Minas Restaurant — the dress code and ambience at this restaurant are totally laid-back. Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Delicious De Minas Restaurant for their catering services.
Drivers should plan to park on the street when dining at Delicious De Minas Restaurant's McWhorter St residence.
Prices tend towards the moderate side, with the average tab at Delicious De Minas Restaurant running under $30 per person.
Meat-eaters flock to Altas Horas Lanches, where authentic Brazilian fare is tastefully prepared. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at Altas Horas Lanches, though, so plan to indulge a bit. Tots and tykes will be right at home at Altas Horas Lanches with its kid-approved food and ambience. Al fresco eating options are also available at Altas Horas Lanches, which offers a lovely patio seating area for warmer months.
Arrive fashionably early for your pick of tables — the restaurant does not accept reservations. No suit, no problem! The dress code at laid-back Altas Horas Lanches is ultra casual.
A free parking lot is conveniently located next door.
With tabs typically staying under $15, your wallet (and your stomach) will be happy with a trip to Altas Horas Lanches. Head on over to Altas Horas Lanches first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Altas Horas Lanches is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nigh owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
For Sam Mickail, food is autobiographical. Born in Cairo, the first spices he smelled were hearty Mediterranean blends. He then spent most of his childhood in France surrounded by the cooking of world-class chefs, eventually leaving for Switzerland to turn his love of food into a bona fide culinary craft. Now, in America, he channels all of these influences and global experiences into cooking, lending his talents to numerous restaurants and further exploring all the cooking styles that inspired him throughout his life. This surfaces most clearly in Sam Mickail?s CUT Steak House & Bistro, where he?s free to put international twists on the time-honored tradition of cooking delicious steaks.
Sam coats his filet mignons and porterhouses in delicious b?arnaise, au poivre, or perigourdine sauces, according to his customers? wishes. He also serves fresh oysters at his raw bar, slathers lobster tails in butter, and batters escargot with a champagne crust, a creation he calls drunken snails for their complete inability to slither in a straight line.
Arirang Hibachi Steakhouse and Sushi Bar's hibachi chefs pull double duty, acting as entertainers in addition to grillmasters. They captivate large groups of diners with whirling knifework, dynamic spatula twirls, and the occasional spout of flame at tableside hibachi grills, flipping hot portions of lobster and chicken directly onto waiting plates. Behind the bamboo-finished bar, the sushi chefs move more slowly as they carefully seal colorful combinations of veggies, seafood, and vinegar-anointed rice within sheets of delicate seaweed. Like a poltergeist beauty pageant, not all of the talent is visible to the eye—the culinary team makes some of the restaurant's most exotic dishes, such as kobe beef sliders and wasabi-crusted filet mignon, behind the closed doors of the kitchen.
Classics never go out of style, a truth that is both known and celebrated at Sweet Waters Steak House. Here, iconic American dishes showcase the menu?s combinations of comforting flavors. Chefs line the grill with as many as seven cuts of steak, including dry-aged sirloins and certified Angus strip steaks. Roasted organic chicken breast, pan-seared Norwegian salmon, and caramelized French onion soup serve as upscale takes on steak-house traditions.
With its dark wooden wainscoting, gilt-framed paintings, and green leather furniture, the restaurant?s d?cor mirrors the classical elegance of its menu. Crisp white linens adorn each table, catching the small bits of light cast by the dining room?s softly glowing lamps.