Choose from Two Options
- $50 for $80 worth of churrasco-style dinner cuisine for two
- $100 for $160 worth of churrasco-style dinner cuisine for four
During the all-you-can-eat service (up to $34.99 each Tuesday–Thursday; up to $39.99 Friday–Sunday), waiters serve slices of just-seared meat directly onto plates. The menu includes 13 types of grilled cuisine such as lamb, pork, and filet mignon wrapped in bacon. Also included in the all-you-can-eat service is a cold bar with salads and a hot bar with side dishes.
The Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse
The Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse is steeped in the tradition of South American cowboys, who have raised cattle in Brazil since the middle of the 16th century. In keeping with custom, waiters serve food churrasco-style, brandishing skewers of just-seared meat as they pass through the room, slicing portions directly onto diners' plates. Scents drift from the grilling lamb, filet mignon, pineapple. "We have one on every corner in Brazil. This is how we eat," owner Rebecca Segovia told the Urban Tulsa Weekly of churrascarias. At The Gaucho, diners pair thirteen different grilled meats with selections from the hot or cold bars, and the gentle percussion of Brazilian music rumbles in the background like rain on a rooftop or pennies pelted at a sleeping robot..