Steak is the breakfast of champions, the lunch of kings, the dinner of industrial barons, and the dessert of T. rexes. Enjoy high-quality cuts regardless of social or philosophical status with today’s Groupon to Brazilian Steakhouse in Woburn. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of authentic Brazilian barbecue fare, valid for groups of two or more.
- For $35, you get $80 worth of authentic Brazilian barbecue fare, valid for groups of four or more.<p>
Brazilian Steakhouse’s executive chef, Alexandre Alvarenga, animates nearly two decades of fine-dining expertise to sear choice cuts of Brazilian barbecued meat. With the full-service dining experience ($34 for adults; $16.95 for children aged 7–12; $4.95 for children 6 and younger), guests can press a mute button on growling bellies and boring cooking shows by selecting cuisine from a menu that boasts more than 40 mouth-watering cuts of meat. Upon request, the staff ushers unlimited skewers of meats—such as bacon-wrapped filet mignon, leg of lamb, and pork loin—to tables, where patrons can dine on their selections or attempt to break the sound barrier by moving their forks at a rather quickened rate. The steak house rounds out the savory assortment with succulent sides and Italian entrees such as bolognese ($25), a dish of handmade pasta dressed in a ragu meat sauce cooked in slow motion for maximum flavor. Diners can nosh on homemade desserts—including passion-fruit cheesecake ($8)—in the restaurant’s inviting interior, which beckons guests with sleek, leather-lined tables, minimalist décor, and natural light artistically filtered through wooden shutters.
Dinner at Brazilian Steakhouse is a prix-fixe feast: all-you-can-eat portions of bacon-wrapped filet mignon, leg of lamb, and parmesan pork loin reside next to broccoli rabe sautéed with shallots and white wine. More than 70 wines complement these massive meals, including champagnes that sparkle in the light from the dining room's patterned window screens. Diners can ask for wine recommendations from the restaurant's attentive waiters, whose excellent service garnered the steak house a Diners' Choice Award in 2012 and a high-five from Transylvanians who made special requests because of their garlic "allergies."