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· Reviewed April 16, 2018
Reviewed June 28, 2017
· Reviewed June 9, 2017
What You'll Get
Choose From Four Options
- $29 for $50 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for a party of two adults or more at dinner, redeemable Sunday–Thursday
- $58 for $100 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for a party of four adults or more at dinner, redeemable Sunday–Thursday
- $29 for $50 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for a party of two adults or more at dinner, redeemable any day
$58 for $100 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for a party of four adults or more at dinner, redeemable any day
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per party. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only towards adult prices. Valid for dine-in only. No cash back or credit. Not valid with any other offer or promotion. Not valid on Valentine's Day, Mothers Day, or Easter. Tax and gratuity not included. Valid for dinner only. Valid only towards Rodizio dinner which includes unlimited meat, salad bar, and hot buffet. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gauchos Churrascaria
For Brazil's early cowboys, the plains of South America were the ultimate live-work space. As gauchos tracked cattle for local ranchers, they'd take their meals right there in the open air. Unable to transport and preserve meat, they began skewering and roasting large portions of a single animal in one sitting. The style of cooking was called churrasco, and it inspires the roaming buffet of meats at Gauchos Churrascaria.
Modern-day guests have some perks the cowboys never did: a salad bar stocked with fresh dishes such as pineapple salad and Brazilian cheese bread, plus a variety of starches and black beans as sides. Once they've returned to their table, they display a special card green-side up and start selecting from the parade of slow-roasted meats passing their table. (The card's red side halts the service when you need to focus on chewing or prevent a gaucho traffic jam.) The dozen varieties include prime rib, bacon-wrapped filet, and pork loin, all simply seasoned with their own juices and a little salt. Those who have managed to save room can end their meal with imported Italian desserts and a cup of Starbucks coffee.