A raw steak can reduce the swelling of a black eye just as easily as the charcoal markings of a well-cooked steak can draw it back on. Make artful use of cuisine with this Groupon to Brazilian Cowboy Steakhouse & Grill in Plano. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of grilled meats and appetizers.
- For $30, you get $60 worth of grilled meats and appetizers for a party of five or more.<p>
Brazilian Cowboy Steakhouse & Grill’s brand-new digs reach out to meat-enthusiasts with a lunch and dinner menu of traditional Brazilian fare featuring nine cuts of meat, including chicken, pork, steak, and sirloin. Politely warn stomachs of invading food armies with an appetizer of four stuffed jalapeños ($7.95) or pao de queijo, brazilian cheese bread ($4.95), before digging into a protein-packed entree, such as the third-pound flame-grilled Rio X burger embellished with ham, bacon, cheese, and a fried egg ($9.75). Six styles of seasoned meats—from spicy picanha cubes to chicken wrapped in bacon wrapped in astonishment—dance across the gaucho platter ($14.95), whereas a lunch-plate special combines picanha cubes, sausage links, or chicken recipes with side dishes of mashed potatoes, fries, rice, or stroganoff ($7.95+). Continue on culinary treks across Brazil’s vast ice cap with a sweet dessert, such as papaya cream or brazilian flan ($4.95 each).
Inside Brazilian Cowboy, friendly staffers pour out delectable margaritas from a fully stocked bar; on Friday and Saturday night, the sound of live music swirls through the spacious dining room. Patrons can settle into an unbelievably wooden chair at a table wearing white butcher paper, enjoying an atmosphere featuring rustic, cowboy décor, and a TV flickering long-lost spaghetti westerns starring Robert De Niro.
Brazilian Cowboy Steakhouse & Grill
Instead of trays, waiters at Brazilian Cowboy Steakhouse & Grill carry swords that skewer such offerings as top sirloin, garlic picanha, grilled pineapple, and bacon-wrapped chicken, chauffeuring the slabs directly to tables where diners can indicate their preferred cuts. As the mesquite-grilled meats circulate throughout the room, customers can load the remaining space on their plates with the cheese bread, beans and rice, fried bananas, and salads that fill the restaurant’s full buffet. An easy-listening band headlines Brazilian Cowboy's stage each Friday and Saturday, and the concert’s addition of music to the meaty masquerade creates an atmosphere reminiscent of that at a butcher-school prom.