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Texas De Brazil | Churrascaria

For my friends' birthday dinner, we celebrated at Texas De Brazil, a churrascaria (Brazillian steakhouse).  For all you carnivores out there I highly recommend this place, I bet you'll feel like you're in heaven:

Lovely setup

Our waiter recommended a
sangria to pair well with the meats,
so we got it!

Another drink special, this was
quite strong!

Other than meat, Texas de Brazil has a salad/buffet area
with around 50+ items! The foods I got included (not all are
in this photo) were lobster bisque, sautéed mushrooms,
buffalo mozzarella, smoked salmon, asparagus, heart of palm,
and Peruvian salad (my most favorite!).

Servers came around and gave us chunks or slices of meats.
One or two servers came every few minutes, which was nice.
They each asked politely if we wanted the meat that they were
 serving.  At one point of the dinner, about 6+ servers came to
 our group and we were overwhelmed!  I couldn't decide which
meats I wanted!  My most favorites ones were the filet mignon and
chicken parmesan.  They were very soft and moist.

Sirloin

Leg of lamb

The birthday lady with the
 dessert samples

Free desserts for the celebrants!

They chose their own dessert

Me and Nessa's Brazilian Cheesecake

The way that this topping is spilling over is
making me crave sweets, yumm.

Bar near the entrance.  There is a huge wine selection!

Shakers

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