Meats were generally well prepared and the service was mostly just fine. The salad bar did not impress for the price.
Dining was less than intimate, with tables arranged in a large, open cathedral around the salad bar.
Dinner for two, with two drinks and dessert was about $150 before the tip.
I couldn’t help but notice that the owner’s lady was driving a new Porche Boxter. It looks like he drives a late model Mercedes Benz.
You can get a similar churrasco meal for under thirty dollars.
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