For authentic Brazilian-American cuisine, Texas de Brazil offers an incredible menu of tasty entrees, sides, salads, and desserts, as well as a bar and wine cellar. This upscale fine dining establishment has all-you-can-eat grilled meat carved tableside. In addition to the restaurants full menu of side dishes, the eatery also offers an extensive salad bar. If you’re in the mood for some Brazil-inspired fare, make your way to one of the eatery’s many locations throughout the United States.
Texas de Brazil is a family owned and operated restaurant that aims to bring a unique and culture-rich dining experience to new geographical locations. The concept came from Porto Alegre, Brazil, where one of the partners had a vision to bring Brazilian culture to the U.S. Deciding to settle in the great state of Texas, the partner opened his first location in Addison, Texas in 1998. The second location in Dallas quickly followed in 1999, and since then, dozens of more locations have popped up across the country.
While the hospitality at the steakhouse is second to none, what really draws in the customers is the mouthwatering menu of fresh-cut meats, salads and sides. The meats are slow-roasted and seasoned to perfection. Choose from a wide range of meat cuts, such as filet mignon, lamb chops, braised beef ribs, Brazilian picanha, pork ribs, leg of lamb, parmesan drumettes, chicken breast wrapped in bacon, chicken sausage, flank steak, herb-marinated pork loin, Brazilian alcatra, and parmesan-crusted pork loin.
While the meat is no doubt the star of the show, guests can also enjoy access to the extravagant salad area, featuring 50 to 60 items to create your own delicious concoction. Choose from a range of fresh salad ingredients, from Brazilian hearts of palm and Greek olives to grilled Portobello mushrooms and herbed sweet onions. Also take the time to sample four freshly made in-house salad dressings, fresh buffalo mozzarella, gourmet artisan breads, imported cheeses, and steamed asparagus.
While selections may vary by location, lunch and dinner, there’s also several great sides to choose from. A few great side items to consider include garlic mashed potatoes, Brazilian cheese bread, sweet fried bananas, and of course the house specialty sauces. Once you’re finished, conclude your meal with a delectable dessert. These a la carte items include options like Brazilian cheesecake, key lime pie, coconut chess pie, crème brûlée, bananas foster pie, carrot cake, chocolate mousse cake, and Brazilian flan.
Of course, no meal is compete with something to wet your palate. Allow one of the restaurant’s in-house wine connoisseurs to select the perfect beverage from the extensive list of award-winning wines and freshly-made signature cocktails. Diners will find fine wines from all over the world, with a central focus on South America and California. If you prefer something besides wine, premium spirits are also served in a chic and sophisticated atmosphere.
While reservations are not required, they are encouraged. The Brazilian Restaurant can get busy, especially during weekends and holidays. To ensure that you and your group get seated promptly upon arrival, it’s recommended to call the restaurant directly to make a reservation. When planning a lunch or dinner, do your best to follow the dress code. The eatery recommends smart or business casual. If you’re looking for a special gift for someone, you can also purchase gift cards online or at the restaurant itself.
Texas de Brazil combines the scrumptious cuisines of Southern Brazil with the grand spirit of Texas. If you’re in the mood for some delicious, freshly-cut meats, salads, sides, desserts, and wines, visit the family-owned churrascaria for your next meal.To reserve your table at Texas de Brazil restaurant call +1 702-333-2323