Saturday, January 31, 2015

Texas de Brazil’s “Taste of Brazil”


On January 23rd, Texas de Brazil held a "Taste of Brazil" event fashioned after a Brazilian "comida de boteco." Guests enjoyed beer, wine, signature capirinhas, and delicious appetizers at the Brazilian steakhouse located at 1011 Third Ave, between 60th and 61st Streets. The menu, curated by Texas de Brazil's Culinary Director Evandro Caregnato, featured bolinho de bacalhau (cod fish fritters), pastel de camarao (shrimp empanadas), torresmo com farofa (pork belly with yucca flour) and calabreza acebolado (chorizo with onions).

Texas de Brazil blends together the unique culture of Brazil with the generous hospitality of Texas. The fine dining, all-you-can-eat experience features 16 various cuts of meat including beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage carved tableside by the restaurant's gauchos, a fresh gourmet salad area featuring more than 50 fresh and delicious items including imported cheeses, charcuterie, Brazilian black beans, roasted vegetables, and an award-winning wine list, and decadent desserts. Guests use red and green cards to indicate when they'd like to sample cuts of meat, and when they need a moment to enjoy their feast. 

Texas de Brazil operates domestic and international locations, including Aruba, Puerto Rico, and Trinidad. For more information on Texas de Brazil, visit texasdebrazil.com.










- Kim Weling

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