Costa Rica Restaurant is a relaxed restaurant with an elegant decor and classic American dishes.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at this restaurant with its kid-friendly fare.
Crowds are boisterous at the restaurant and the music is blaring, so get ready for a very loud night out.
If dinner and a movie are on the agenda, reservations are recommended for a timely night out.
No need to dress up for a trip to Costa Rica Restaurant — the casual restaurant encourages laid-back attire.
Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Costa Rica Restaurant as well.
At Costa Rica Restaurant, free parking is offered on the whole block.
An average meal at Costa Rica Restaurant will set you back about $30.
Don't look any further, head to Costa Rica Restaurant for your next American meal.
So next time you're hungry and want a casual meal, Costa Rica Restaurant is the perfect destination for some good old fashioned food.
Get ready to take your taste buds on a tasty trip to Brazil when you head to Costa Rica Restaurant.
Agora Churrascaria: A User's Guide
Brazilian Steak House | Award-Winning Churrasco | Hot-Food Buffet | Caipirinha Cocktails | Fixed-Price Menu
Entree: bacon-wrapped fillet
Side: feijoada, a black-bean stew
Dessert: passion-fruit mousse
Cocktail: strawberry-basil caipirinha
How it Works: During this all-you-can-eat fine-dining experience, customers are first seated at tables bedecked with white linens. Then, a server parades out a selection of 16 churrascaria meats, carving off a portion of skewered beef, lamb, pork, or chicken. A two-sided, colored coaster—green for "keep it coming," red for "I'm stuffed"—lets the staff know if you'd like seconds or thirds. Diners can also help themselves to the buffet of salad fixings and side dishes.
Inside Tip: Vegetarians can skip out on the meat and pay a reduced price for the salad and sides buffets. The extensive salad bar is filled with traditional choices as well as tabbouleh and pickled shiitake, and the hot side dishes include a "mashed potato so smooth it could pass for crème fraîche," according to OC Weekly.
Churrascaria: Brazilian-style barbecuing where the meat is skewered and cooked over an open flame or on a grill; the meat itself is called churrasco
Rodízio: an all-you-can-eat style of service common in Brazilian restaurants
Caipirinha: a Brazilian cocktail made with the sugarcane-based spirit cachaça and lime juice
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Amazon Churrascaria BBQ Buffet (1445 S. Lemon Street, Fullerton), more casual—but no less authentic—spot for Brazilian cuisine according to the Los Angeles Times.
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.
Tropical fruits and veggies comprise the majority of drinks and dishes at Natureba Juice Bar, a Brazilian juice bar that specializes in blended beverages. In addition to whirling fruits such as guava, coconut, and mango for more than 30 signature smoothies, juice-makers plunder produce stores for custom drinks and açaí bowls. Savory baked specialties include pastries and tapioca crêpes, each stuffed with a choice of cheeses and meats, as well as salads and sandwiches with ingredients such as sundried tomatoes and hearts of palm. The cozy dining room's walls wear neon green and bright orange.
Warning: sitting on the patio at the Silvio's Brazilian Beach BBQ may result in getting misted with ocean spray, hearing the sound of waves lapping along the beach, and getting a nice suntan. The gorgeous pier-side location is hardly Silvio's only distinctive quality, though. The restaurant compliments the picturesque views with equally engaging dishes, such as ceviche made with seasonal white fish, Mississippi pulled pork sandwiches, and their famous carnaval plates—sharable platters for two heaped with morsels of barbecue chicken and tri-tip steak, calabreza ipanema salad, vinagretti, and flame-licked veggie skewers. All the while, guests can joyously clink glasses of on-tap craft beers or classic Brazilian cocktails.
Mexican cuisine set in a familiar atmosphere, El Carnaval Cafe delivers amazing coffee and good seafood. It's a culinary destination for guests that want terrific food.
If you just feel like stopping by for a drink, the restaurant has helpful bar staff (and a good selection behind the bar).
El Carnaval Cafe is a solid choice when you're in the mood for Asian cuisine and want to expand your horizons beyond the typical Chinese or Japanese fare.