Choose Between Two Options
- $89 for all-you-can-eat Brazilian dinner for two, including two glasses of house wine ($138 value)
- $175 for all-you-can-eat Brazilian dinner for four, including four glasses of house wine ($276 value)
According to some accounts, Americans owe their long-standing backyard barbecue tradition to South America. The team at Porcão Churrascaria points to the continent's Arawak Indians, who roasted meat on wooden grills, as their inspiration. That ancient practice is kept alive here, where gauchos present diners with seemingly endless skewers of beef, pork, and chicken throughout dinner. The restaurant's signature cut is the picanha, a juicy top sirloin cap favored in Brazil. Other choices include pork tenderloin and leg of lamb, the latter of which is traditionally reserved for special occasions or Tuesdays that need jazzing up.