The churrasco is a popular style of Brazilian barbecue that originated from the South American gaucho culture, where hungry ranchers and herders needed to be fed quickly in large groups. The churrasco is a set-price ($25), all-you-can-eat affair. You can select from a wide assortment of appetizers, salads and side dishes. And, of course, the meats! Every cut of meat you can imagine is on the menu: beef tenderloin, top sirloin, bacon-wrapped chicken, pork loin, pork sausage, lamb and my personal favorite, chicken hearts. Roaming waiters carrying large skewers of meats wander from table to table, cutting off hunks of sizzling meat for hungry diners. Eat yourself silly, then signal your satiety by turning over a small wooden indicator on your table, signifying that you're full or need to take a breather. Make sure to reserve a little room for one of the delicious tropical juices or milkshakes.
Make sure you don't end up at the waxing salon instead of Braza Grill or your order for a full Brazilian will take on a whole different---and distinctly more unpleasant!---turn!
You'll find easy parking in the private lot adjoining the restaurant.
RSVPs to this event will open at 7:00pm on March 17th. No changes in reservations are permitted after 11:45pm on April 6th.