Serving a traditional Brazilian feast, premium cuts of meat are grilled to perfection at Aquario Restaurant.
Some may say it's rare to see healthy, gluten-free menu options, but Aquario Restaurant says it's a necessity.
Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Aquario Restaurant won't disappoint.
Bring the whole family to Aquario Restaurant, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms.
Getting online is easy with Aquario Restaurant's free and convenient wifi.
Reserve a table ahead of time and avoid the lines.
Show up in sneakers or a suit at Aquario Restaurant, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance.
Hosting a swanky shindig? Call up Aquario Restaurant for their catering services.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
Free parking is always available just seconds away from Aquario Restaurant.
Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at Aquario Restaurant.
No matter what you choose off the menu at Aquario Restaurant, you won't completely break the bank with prices averaging around $30.
Aquario Restaurant dishes up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by for your favorite meal.
You'll never feel more like a Brazilian cowboy than the moment you take your seat at Copacabana Brazilian Steakhouse. As you tuck in, fork and knife in hand, waiters pass by carrying 14 different styles of slow-roasted meat still sizzling on their skewers. Upon your signal, they shave portions of top sirloin, Brazilian sausage, leg of lamb, and barbecue chicken straight onto your plate. This meat parade, or rodizio, mimics the communal feasts of the 20th-century gauchos who settled in the grasslands of Southern Brazil with their massive herds of Carnival parade floats. As they eat, diners sip bold South American red wines that complement the flavors of the steak. For guests who aren't looking for an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord, the steakhouse also serves single portions of its meats paired with hearts of palm and fresh veggies from the salad bar.
Wielding knives and sword-like skewers, the servers at Texas de Brazil seem prepared for impromptu duels. However, they only brandish the blades to replenish dinner plates, slicing meat from their spears at the behest of each table. The cuts of steak, lamb, and brazilian sausage are all slow roasted over an open flame in traditional churrascaria fashion—a technique that stems from the campfire meals of Brazilian gauchos, and one that fed the family behind Texas de Brazil during their life in Porto Alegre. In an effort to bring the South American style to the States, they established their first restaurant in Texas, thereby merging down-home charm with Brazilian spice.
Today, Texas de Brazil has expanded to several award-winning locations across the country. Despite the lofty ceilings and chandeliers that characterize their venues, the staff remains rooted in ranchers' habits. They conscientiously grill and season their meat, bake brazilian cheese bread in-house, and pass classic cocktails and loaner saddles over the bar for cowboys who consider chairs unnatural. To complement savory bites, guests can browse more than 50 gourmet sides at the salad bar—a compendium of soups, vegetables, and appetizers such as imported cheeses. They can also ask the resident wine specialist for recommendations on suitable pairings from the cellar.
In Carioca Grill's open kitchen, skewers of sirloin, sausage, and short ribs roast in the fiery churrasco. Steam rises from a nearby buffet, forming stratus clouds above hot dishes including fried yucca and shrimp stew. At the back of the dining area, a cashier weighs fare by the pound after taking off its shoes. Though the restaurant has a minimalist, casual vibe, its food brims with complex flavors and tropical ingredients prevalent in Brazilian cooking.
Seen from afar, the food crossing the counter at New York Pão de Queijo might convince you that the bright, tiny storefront is a typical burger-and-shake shack. It's the details that tell you something else is going on—namely, Brazil's wildly creative, colorful take on the American burger and its accessories.
More than 10 beef, veggie, and turkey patties come gussied up with a kitchen sink's worth of fixings, including corn, potato sticks, sausage, house-made Brazilian cheese, banana, and pineapple. Smoothies attempt to balance out the towering feats of indulgence with nutrient-dense combos of papaya, passion fruit, peach, açai, and oats. The kitchen's commitment to snackery is also evident in the signature pão de queijo, a yuca-based bread puff filled with deliquescent cheese. Among other treats, The Daily Meal has praised its traditional bauru ham sandwich and its "great quick snacks" that can easily be downed while playing a typical soccer match.
For traditional Brazilian cooking, try Rainhas Churrascaria.
Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle.
Round out your meal with a little tipple — Rainhas Churrascaria has a terrific drink list, including beer, wine, and more.
Gather the whole family for a trip to Rainhas Churrascaria — everyone will find something to like (even the pickiest little eater) on the menu here.
Have a large group? No problem. Head to Rainhas Churrascaria for easy seating.
Tap into the free wireless Internet at Rainhas Churrascaria.
Show up in sneakers or a suit at Rainhas Churrascaria, where dining in comfort is of utmost importance.
Parking is not an option at Rainhas Churrascaria, a restaurant near parking lots, street parking and valet services.
Rainhas Churrascaria can be pricey, so plan accordingly.