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$25 for $50 Worth of Rodízio-Style Fare
The two-course dinner costs $36.95 per person, and a salad-bar buffet costs $18.95 per person. The menu includes tenderloin with sake-soy marinade, leg of lamb marinated with baharat spice, salads, pickled veggies, cheeses, and olives.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Samba Brazilian Grill a spot on Groupon's Best of 2011 list.
Samba Brazilian Grill
Located on the second floor of the former Woman’s Club of Madison building, Samba Brazilian Grill bursts at the seams with history and a generous salad-bar buffet and rodizio-style meats, carved tableside. The meat selection changes regularly but often features a beef such as tenderloin with sake-soy marinade, porkables including the intricately flavored spicy linguiça pork sausage, delicious chicken snacks, and the baharat leg of lamb. A waiter brings the protein-heavy entrees to the table intact before slicing away right before your eyes, expertly dropping steaming pieces onto plates and tucking napkins into shirts. The salad bar stocks its surfaces with multiple salads, fresh vegetables, cheeses, olives, pickled savories, and plenty of mashed- and bean-centric sides. The eatery possesses a darkly lit interior with rich, dark woods throughout.