A Brazilian steak house is the only place where it's OK for someone to cut your meat who isn't Mother. Feel at home with this Groupon.
- $50 for an all-you-can-eat Brazilian dinner for two ($83.98 value)
- Includes two glasses of house wine and Brazilian flan or fruit salad desserts
Bertolucci Brazilian Steakhouse
Bertolucci Brazilian Steakhouse recently debuted a traditional "rodízio" dinner service. If you don't know what that means, well, you're in for a treat. Commonly found in Brazil, rodízio roughly means "all-you-can-eat"; servers bring skewers of meat to the table throughout the meal, stopping only when you signal that you're done. And who knows when that will be, because it's hard to say no to options that include top sirloin, bacon-wrapped chicken, and tender leg of lamb. The rodízio service only contributes to what's already a lively atmosphere; owner and chef Humberto Bertolucci can sometimes be heard entertaining diners on a karaoke system.