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Texas de Brazil

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Texas de Brazil

Has anyone tried this restaurant? We're coming down for a 4 day week-end and found this online. Sounded interesting even though it's probably "touristy".

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I think it's a chain restaurant. A lot of people really like it. If you like meat...a LOT...then I'm sure it's worth it. I don't, so I don't want to spend a set $30 for food that I won't eat much of. They do have a salad-bar only fee I think. But drinks are extra of course and desserts, so it can add up if you are taking a family. I don't think it's really touristy since there are many of them around the country.

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At at this one a few weeks ago on a Wednesday nite. Very crowded. Huge salad bar. The waiters come around to your table with assorted meats on a skewer and you indicate whether you would like to have some or not. It was unique, but if you are not a large eater, probably won't get your moneys worth. Food was good.

Good luck and welcome to Tennessee.

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My husband and I LOVE Texas de Brazil!! We have been about four times and even got our parents into it. You get plenty of food for your money and such a great variety! Have fun!

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There are 3 stages to eating one of these restaurants. (1) MMM, look at all this meat (2) ughhh... meat sweats (3) meat coma

Best advise is to go for lunch, IIRC prices are cheaper but the selection is roughly the same. Don't eat the night before. Eat as quickly as possible so you get as much meat in before your stomach tells your brain to quit (see step #2 and #3 above) And do not pay for dessert or any optional upgrades. If you desire anything extra, eat more meat instead. This is the path to success.


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It's a nice experience if you have never been to a Brazilian steakhouse. It will be about $40 a per person. It's not something we do very often (maybe once every 18 months) but I would recommend it if it interests you to try different things.

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