- $63 for Rodizio dinner for two and two glasses of wine ($93.98 value)
Yolie's Brazilian Steakhouse
Hovering just inches from the hot embers of mesquite coals, herb-marinated meats at Yolie's Brazilian Steakhouse are prepared with a deft hand and an eye for tradition. While some diners opt for entrees of filet mignon or seafood pasta, many of Yolie's guests opt for the Rodizio-style dining option. This classic Brazilian style of service means that servers deliver continuous, all-you-can-eat cuts of tender meats such as top sirloin, tri-tip, leg of lamb, bacon-wrapped turkey, and house-made sausage. Rodizio diners kick things off with a salad or black bean soup. Then, they savor sides of polenta, potatoes, and vegetables as skewer-brandishing staffers weave through the spacious, cozily-decorated dining room. Using magic t-bones as divining rods, servers detect exposed plate surfaces, and in a flash, they're tableside, slicing off a few more helpings.