What You'll Get
A high-protein diet can help build muscle, which comes in handy for fighting off a shark that is also on a high-protein diet. Take a bite out of the circle of life with today’s Groupon: for $32, you get a churrasco dinner for two at Samba Brazilian Steakhouse in Redondo Beach (a $64 value). Choose from the following options:
- All you can eat churrasco dinner for two Sunday–Friday, valid October–December.
- All you can eat churrasco dinner for two any Saturday in October.
- All you can eat churrasco dinner for two any Saturday in November.
- All you can eat churrasco dinner for two any Saturday in December.<p>
Ten types of skewered meat rotate slowly over a mesquite fire pit in the kitchens of Samba Brazilian Steakhouse before they journey tableside to be sliced by attentive servers. Step into a colorful, Carnivalesque atmosphere and settle into high-backed black booths to await towering skewers of beef, lamb, and seafood. Gourmet salads, recently uprooted from rent-inflated soil, take up full-time residence in a salad bar, where a selection of side dishes awaits diners’ perusal. As meals reach their conclusion, patrons’ eyes feast on a samba show Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays featuring headdress-sporting dancers swaying to silky-smooth tunes strummed by a guitarist.
Though not included with today’s Groupon, Samba‘s full bar serves up 20 variations of Brazil’s national cocktail, including a cucumber-jalapeño and the Flor de Coco. Diners are asked to take no longer than two hours to finish, much like everyone who checks out Ulysses from the library.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for holidays. Alcohol not included. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Samba Brazilian Steakhouse
Servers hoisting skewers circulate continuously through Samba Brazilian Steakhouse, pausing tableside to carve mesquite-grilled morsels of brazilian sausage, bacon-wrapped chicken, and sirloin steak. Clusters of mod white couches stand out against glowing orange walls, which contain plenty of nooks for groups to squeeze into. Brunch hours offer a consortium of all-you-can-eat meats such as marinated beef and pork. The main course is complemented by unlimited trips to the salad- and Brazilian side dish-buffet. At night, a chorus of smooth-limbed showgirls catalyzes the party with a slight assist from the caipirinha bar's more than 20 versions of Brazil's national cocktail.