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New York, New York
October 26, 2010
by Alias Girl
August 25, 2004
Churrascaria serves Brazilian specialties, like rodizio (all sorts of grilled meats) and a salad bar with appetizers, shrimp, sushi, and all sorts of side dishes that you serve yourself. Each patron is given a disk with a green side for go and a red side for stop. The waiters come around with the grilled meats and, if you have the green side flipped up, then they will ask you if you want to try the meat. This system is beautiful - it allows time to rest between tastings and if you really are full, they don't bother you! Order a caipirinha, you won't be disappointed! This drink is hot!
You get all this for a fixed price - about $50 per person when I was there. It is well worth the money and the wait, even with a reservation you may have to wait.
I have been to this restaurant about ten times and not once have I been disappointed. I also have a Brazilian background, so it’s fun to speak to the waiters - all are authentic!
Everything is my favorite - try the rice and beans with your grilled meats. The turkey wrapped in bacon is superb!
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