What You'll Get
Ordering steak at a restaurant sends a strong message to people—you have a healthy appetite, strong teeth, and are suffering from a potentially dangerous iron deficiency. Say it with steak with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for lunch or dinner Monday–Thursday or for lunch on Friday or Saturday
- $20 for $40 worth of Brazilian steak-house cuisine for dinner on Friday or Saturday<p>
The menu includes an all-you-can-eat churrasco experience ($12.99 for lunch; $21.99 for dinner). This allow diners to eat their fill of more than 18 grilled meats—including garlic steak, top sirloin, brazilian sausage, and spicy chicken—as well as grilled glazed pineapple and vegetables. A full salad bar ($9.99 for lunch; $14.99 dinner) packs a punch with a variety of salads, deli cheese and meats, pasta, cheese bread, fried bananas, and mashed potatoes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Grille from Ipanema
Grille from Ipanema, which takes its name from a beach along Rio de Janeiro's picturesque coastline, also draws inspiration from the Brazilian churrasco experience. This type of dining stems from the gaucho tradition of gathering around a fire pit and roasting skewers of meat over the flames.
The eatery’s chefs re-create this experience by searing skewers of more than 18 different meats—including top sirloin, pork shoulder, and bacon-wrapped chicken—over a mesquite-filled grill. They then hand the large meat skewers off to servers, who drift throughout the dining room looking for green tokens, which signal that the diner requires more meat. After they’re called tableside, the servers carve the meat into individually sized portions with their industrial-strength laser pointers. By flipping their coasters from green to yellow, guests tell servers to temporarily stop the never-ending meat deliveries, buying themselves time to visit the salad bar and load plates with hot and cold side dishes.
Natural light floods in through the walls of windows, illuminating the dining room's blond-wood finishes and draped fabrics. The Pacific Northwest Inlander praised the restaurant's scenic vantage point in 2011, saying, "you won’t get a view of the Rio de Janeiro beachfront but you will get an eyeful of still-impressive Lake Coeur d’Alene."