A Major Steak

September 2006
Food & Drink;Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p152
The article focuses on Texas de Brazil, a chain of Brazilian steakhouses in the U.S. The churrascaria concept of Texas de Brazil was brought to the U.S. to offer authentic Brazilian dining experience. Now, the chain has several locations across the U.S. Its menu offers grilled meats prepared in the traditional Brazilian method over an open flame.


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