Brazilian Steakhouses in Orange

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  • Agora Churrascaria
    Agora Churrascaria: A User's Guide Brazilian Steak House | Award-Winning Churrasco | Hot-Food Buffet | Caipirinha Cocktails | Fixed-Price Menu Sample Menu Entree: bacon-wrapped fillet Side: feijoada, a black-bean stew Dessert: passion-fruit mousse Cocktail: strawberry-basil caipirinha How it Works: During this all-you-can-eat fine-dining experience, customers are first seated at tables bedecked with white linens. Then, a server parades out a selection of 16 churrascaria meats, carving off a portion of skewered beef, lamb, pork, or chicken. A two-sided, colored coaster—green for "keep it coming," red for "I'm stuffed"—lets the staff know if you'd like seconds or thirds. Diners can also help themselves to the buffet of salad fixings and side dishes. Inside Tip: Vegetarians can skip out on the meat and pay a reduced price for the salad and sides buffets. The extensive salad bar is filled with traditional choices as well as tabbouleh and pickled shiitake, and the hot side dishes include a "mashed potato so smooth it could pass for crème fraîche," according to OC Weekly. Vocab Lesson Churrascaria: Brazilian-style barbecuing where the meat is skewered and cooked over an open flame or on a grill; the meat itself is called churrasco Rodízio: an all-you-can-eat style of service common in Brazilian restaurants Caipirinha: a Brazilian cocktail made with the sugarcane-based spirit cachaça and lime juice If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Amazon Churrascaria BBQ Buffet (1445 S. Lemon Street, Fullerton), more casual—but no less authentic—spot for Brazilian cuisine according to the Los Angeles Times.
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    1830 Main St
    Irvine, CA US
  • Green Field Churrascaria
    Brazilian churrascarias—a kind of Portuguese barbeque joint—have their roots in traditional celebrations of a successful harvest. At modern churrascarias, waiters walk around with skewers or roasted meat, cutting off all-you-can-eat portions of steak, pork, and chicken directly onto your plate. Diners interested in rounding out a years' worth of protein can find endless accompaniments at the salad bar and buffet of Brazilian hot dishes or try traditional drinks such as caipirinha or guarana, a Brazilian soda.
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    5305 E Pacific Coast Hwy
    Long Beach, CA US
  • Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar
    Relax with a glass of wine and a good conversation at Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar. Low-fat food isn t on the menu, so diners come to Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar to enjoy their every bite. With its long wine list and TVs in the bar area, the bar has enough to keep oenophiles and sports fans happy. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar just as much as mom and dad. Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar is great for a large crowd and offers a private room for parties, celebrations or other merry gatherings. Be sure to check out Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar's outdoor seating when the climate is right. Getting online is easy with Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar's free and convenient wifi. Your pet pup can accompany you to Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar, which has a dog-friendly policy. If you plan to hit the bar on a Friday or Saturday, it's best to fend off the crowds by calling ahead for a reservation. Leave the fancy duds at home — patrons at the bar dress informally. Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar prides itself in its delicious catering. For those in a rush, the bar lets you take your food to go. Patrons have access to free parking in the neighboring lot. The average check at Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar will stay below $30 per person, so it's a relatively affordable option. At Prime Cut Cafe and Wine Bar, you can quickly and safely pay with any major credit card. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the bar, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
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    1547 W Katella Ave
    Orange, CA US
  • Manhattan Steak and Seafood
    Cuts of filet mignon aged up to 35 days steam under coats of béarnaise sauce, and kurobuta pork chops glisten with drizzled necklaces of cherry butter. Skuna Bay-Vancouver Island craft-raised salmon mingles with a citrus-saffron marmalade and seared diver scallops flaunt a garlic-dijon beurre blanc. At Manhattan Steak & Seafood, chefs see the culinary world as a grand soiree, mixing and mingling plates accessorized with stunning sauces and accents—each capturing its own admirers. Their fish have flown in from around the world and their steaks have been aged more than a month, but even these can’t overshadow the fraternity of wild game: bison, elk, boar, and ostrich. The aromas of pepper and garlic fill the restaurant's five themed rooms. The "Red Room" derives its name from richly upholstered crimson booths, which stand in contrast to stark white walls. The wine cellar is illuminated by sconces set into castle-like stone walls. Jazz musicians descend on the lounge area Wednesdays–Saturdays, prompting foot-traffic on the hardwood dance floor. Live music also adds a distingué touch to the Sunday champagne buffet brunch, which features tables of colorful pastries, carving stations brimming with meat, and unlimited champagne.
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    202 S Main St.
    Orange, CA US
  • Orange County Mining Co.
    Perched atop the hills of its namesake, Orange County Mining Co. pairs an eight-part champagne brunch with 19th-century nostalgia, as wagon wheels and cacti impart a rugged prickle to the restaurant's cozy atmosphere. The brunch offerings warm diners with carved prime rib and ham, cheese blintz, and other toasty tastes, before cooling palates with iced shrimp, snow crab legs, and lox. Ravenous miners can pile culinary ore into made-to-order omelettes, pancakes, and waffles, or gather steam with tamales and menudo at executive chef Horacio Barragan's Mexican station. To cap off appetites, baked delicacies and other sweets are either devoured or skewered for a dunk in the chocolate fountain.
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    10000 Crawford Canyon Rd
    Santa Ana, CA US
  • Black Angus Steakhouse
    Black Angus Steakhouse was founded in 1964 by a rancher named Stuart Anderson. Like so many other restaurant entrepreneurs, Stuart wanted to create a place that served food people loved and at prices they could afford. With 45 restaurants in 6 states, Stuart definitely made it happen! The Black Angus Steakhouse menu features big helpings of mouth watering favorites like teriyaki steak lettuce wraps, loaded potato skins and a wagon wheel sampler platter, it’s hard to believe that those are just the appetizers! Burgers and sandwiches are available, along with delicious shareables like grilled asparagus, and for a main course patrons can choose anything from prime rib to large lobster tail! Chicken is available too—honestly, there are a lot of choices at Black Angus Steakhouse. Our advice is to go in and check it out for yourself; you probably won’t be disappointed!
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    1350 N Tustin Ave
    Santa Ana, CA US