Choose from Four Options
- $34 for a Brazilian steak-house dinner for two (a $69.98 value)
- $68 for a Brazilian steak-house dinner for four (a $139.96 value)
- $19 for a Brazilian steak-house lunch for two (a $39.98 value)
- $35 for a Brazilian steak-house lunch for four (a $79.96 value)
A full rodizio meal ($19.99/person for lunch; $34.99/person for dinner) includes unlimited rotisserie grilled meats carved tableside. The menu includes meat such as roasted leg of lamb, marinated pork loin, top sirloin, and turkey breast wrapped in bacon. The meal also includes unlimited appetizers and salads from the buffet, with options such as cinnamon-glazed bananas, pickled-beet salad, and cheese bread.
Brazilian native Ivan Utrera came to the United States with a stack of family recipes and an idea for serving bottomless portions of rotisserie-grilled meats. That style of eating, similar to that in a churrascaria, has been popular in Brazil for many years. Rodizio Grill has since expanded to several locations, where servers armed with giant skewers of marinated pork loin and beef saturated in garlic travel around the dining room, carving off the meat tableside. The chefs also slow-cook on the grill and expertly season Brazilian sausages, lamb, chicken hearts, and pineapples. Much like a list of terrible babysitters, the selection of adventurous meats often includes rattlesnake, bison, and wild boar.