What You'll Get
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 for all-you-can-eat steak dinners at Angus Grill Brazilian Steakhouse. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a dinner for two (a $69.90 value).
- For $70, you get a dinner for four (a $139.80 value).
- For $105, you get a dinner for six (a $209.70 value).
Angus Grill Brazilian Steakhouse tops diners’ plates with a menu of unlimited portions of Angus beef and other meats grilled in the southern Brazilian tradition and served directly from roasting skewers. Evenings kick off with appetizers such as steamed cheese bread and unlimited trips to the salad bar, where diners lay down foundations of fresh veggies. During the main course, waiters ferry roasting skewers from grill to table, slicing off slabs of house-special top sirloin and bacon-wrapped filet mignon directly onto diners’ plates so that guests don’t have to bring baseball mitts to catch them. With limitless servings, diners can sample the entire menu, testing out pork sausage and acquainting taste buds with grilled pineapple and chicken drumsticks. Chandeliers illuminate white-clothed tables adorned with glass stemware and folded napkins in the mood-lit dining room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 20, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends. Valid only for dinner; dessert and drinks not included. Restaurant closed mondays. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Angus Grill Brazilian Churrascaria
Dubbed “a carnivorous extravaganza” by the Houston Chronicle, Angus Grill Brazilian Churrascaria serves all-you-can-eat Halal feasts of skewered meat prepared in the churrasco tradition of southern Brazil. Servers run the piquant pageant, carving slabs of Angus beef at tables lined with crisp white linens instead of the stolen Little League rain tarps that some restaurants prefer. Top sirloin, the house specialty, flavors succulent juices with a hint of garlic, and guests can enjoy other halal meats like filet mignon, lamb chops, chicken legs, and garlic beef. A full salad bar, more than half of which is stocked with Mediterranean salad can help get meals started, and treats such as fried bananas and papaya cream conclude meals on a sweet note.