First my groupon had expired, but it had a $89.00 value. The restaurant I went was not the Porcao Churrascaria I bought the groupon for. The number Groupon told me to call was for Bertolucci Brazilian Steak House. I didn't noticed until we showed up at the place. So then I thought maybe they sent me here so I can get my groupon validated meaning I didn't have to pay anything since the groupon for this place is cheaper than the value I had on mine. but I was wrong. they charged me full price dinner, I ended up paying $45.00 on top of my groupon. I had bought a groupon for this restaurant before, I will never pay full price for a dinner for two at this restaurant. it's not worth. Not happy with Groupon for sending me here. it could have be just a bad experience because all the other ones have been good.
First of all, this wasn't Porcão Churrascaria like it is in Brazil. We called the place and they told us to use the Groupon at Bertolucci's, which is another place all together. We went there and it was awful. This is not a real Brazilian churrascaria, they didn't have the types of meat they claim to have and if you request it they would just make you wait forever instead of being honest and saying they didn't have it. They didn't even have Pão de Queijo, which is a basic for a Churrascaria. The salad bar was empty and never got replenished. Service was amateur as there is only one server/cook/owner and his wife seating people and serving drinks. This was an awful experience and these people should never had the Porcão brand associated to it. I regret having bought this Groupon and wouldn't not recommend it, nor the Groupon for Bertolucci churrascaria.
Avoid at all costs.
Patricia, is drop dead gorgeous, and super sweet. The food... Beyond belief. We will be back every time we are in Vegas. Best food I've had in a long time, and I consider myself a Foodie. Thank you group on, excellent deal.
Customer service was very poor-rude. Very limited food selection. The meat was over cooked and they were very stingy with portions. Will not go back even if free!
Friendly staff. Mediocre salad bar. Meat selections bland other than the ribeye
First off this restaurant was closed on a Monday so I called them the next day . They said that they moved! And did not mention they were a 30 min cab ride from down town ceasers . Then when we got there there name has changed too. So more time and money finding this place! The food quality tasted like it was last weeks left overs I give this place a thumbs down!!
Good food , great service!
This business is using false advertisement. The restaurant advertised does not exist, when you call to make the required reservation, they inform you of the "new address", but they do not mention the fact that the name of the restaurant is not "Porcao".
Come hungry because it's a lot of food and it's so good you won't want to miss a t
Be prepared because the food is really good and you can get full really fast because you'd just keep on eating
From Our Editors
According to some accounts, Americans owe their long-standing backyard barbecue tradition to South America. The team at Porcão Churrascaria points to the continent's Arawak Indians, who roasted meat on wooden grills, as their inspiration. That ancient practice is kept alive here, where gauchos present diners with seemingly endless skewers of beef, pork, and chicken throughout dinner. The restaurant's signature cut is the picanha, a juicy top sirloin cap favored in Brazil. Other choices include pork tenderloin and leg of lamb, the latter of which is traditionally reserved for special occasions or Tuesdays that need jazzing up.