The Brazilian tradition of grilling is called churroasco (and it is pronounced shoe-HAS-ko). The tradition of churroasco has been practiced in Latin America for a long time. Since about the 1950’s it’s been here too. Tucanos brings that tradition to Salt Lake City with flair! Customers can be active in their dining by choosing the cuts of meat that they like best and, instead of struggling to get the attention of the server (we’ve all had to do it at busy, great restaurants) Tucanos uses a ‘Tucanos cue’. The idea, which is kid of ingenious, is for customers to turn their cue red side up to get their server’s attention and black side up to let them know that everything is just fine. And here, with grilled options like lobster, bacon wrapped filet mignon and beef, patrons can always find something good! There are some delicious authentic Brazilian appetizers too and for more authentic options from Brazil, customers can have a Brazilian Lemonade. There’s also the ‘Rio de Janeiro’ drink…or is it a dessert? Passion fruit, lemon-line and ice cream make this drink a great addition to your evening. At prices you can afford and an ambiance that you can’t miss, Tucanos Brazilian Grill is worth a night out!