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Dallas-based Texas de Brazil celebrates 20th Anniversary on Monday & Tuesday, October 8-9, with crazy low prices


Hard to believe it’s been twenty years since Dallas-based Texas de Brazil opened their first restaurant, in Addison, and helped launch the Brazilian steakhouse churrasco trend in the U.S.. Their milestone anniversary hits the calendar Saturday, October 13.

To celebrate, their restaurants are rolling back the prices of their all-you-can-eat, rodizio-style menu for two evenings – Monday, October 8th and Tuesday, October 9th – when the cost drops to just $28.50 per person at all their U.S. locations. 

Texas de Brazil restaurants are also offering a new private label Chilean wine from winemaker Santiago Margozzini. The limited edition XX “Celebration Series” MontGras is a blend of Chilean cabernet, syrah, and carmenere grapes. The limited supply wines will be available beginning Saturday, October 13th for $69 per bottle until supplies run out.

If you’re new to the whole rodizio dining thing, the key here is that you need to love meat. Yeah, sure, Texas de Brazil offers a fifty-item salad bar stocked with items like Italian prosciutto, fresh greens, composed salads and cheeses, but that’s not the big draw. You’re there for the grilled meats, seared over charcoal then delivered directly to your table on metal skewered by roving gaucho servers. With limitless portions of lamb chops, top sirloin picanha, filet mignon, Brazilian pork sausages, roasted beef ribs and Parmesan-crusted pork loin, the place is a carnivore’s dream. Splash on a little chimichurri sauce, ladle up a bowl of Brazilian black bean feijoada then tuck into your plate of keto bliss. 

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