Eating at a Brazilian restaurant is an easier way to appreciate South America than wandering barefoot and alone into the Amazon rainforest. Discover new territory with this Groupon.
$49.50 for a Prix Fixe Brazilian Dinner for Two ($107.80 Total Value)
- Two appetizers (a $12.95 value each)
- Two entrees (a $25.95 value each)
- Two Caipirinha drinks (a $15 value each)<p>
Appetizers include crab cakes with lemon aioli and housemade black-bean soup with tomato vinaigrette. Entrees include Brazilian-cut sirloin and market-fish casserole with sweet peppers, tomato, and onion served over rice. See the prix fixe menu here.<p>
Vintage bicycle-themed artwork and patches of exposed brick add a certain cozy charm to Zebú Grill’s dining room, where the chefs serve everything from housemade Brazilian sausage to flan. Tropical ingredients accent most of the food and drinks—shrimp braises in coconut milk, wild salmon wears a coat of açaí sauce, and caipirinha cocktails made from Leblon cachaça muddle fresh lime and sugar.
Two of the eatery’s signature dishes include a churrasco platter with steak, chicken, sausage, rice, and beans, and Brazil’s national dish, feijoada: a black-bean stew with sausage, pork, and beef. For less-meaty dishes, the chefs also hollow out acorn squash, carve a hungry face into its surface, and fill it with seasonal veggies.