Forged from the traditional South American steakhouse – the churrascaria – Texas de Brazil blends more familiar Southern flavors with the intensity of Brazilian cooking. Service is done street-food style, making this the closest you’ll get to a real Rio de Janeiro barbecue.
A classy atmosphere, Tex-Mex menu and unique dining experience will keep you coming back for another taste of Brazilian culture.
Texas de Brazil Menu
|Mon – Thurs: 5pm – 9:30pm Fri: 5pm – 10pm Sat: 4pm – 10pm Sun: 4pm – 9pm|
|Prices do not include Alcohol, Featured Items, Desserts, Beverages or applicable taxes.|
|Salad Area Only (Individual)||$24.99|
|Children 2 and under (Individual) - Complimentary||$0.00|
|Children 3-5 Years (Individual)||$5.00|
|Children 6-12 Years (Individual) - 50% Off Dinner Price||$0.00|
|Meat Platters served with Chimichurri Sauce. Chicken Breast available with or without Bacon.|
|All items served with basket of Cheese Bread.|
|Chicken Breast, Garlic Sirloin and Sausage (2 pieces each)||$9.50|
|Chicken Breast, Garlic Sirloin and Filet with Bacon (2 pieces each)||$12.50|
|House-Made Lobster Bisque (Bowl)||$9.50|
|Antipasto Platter: Imported Cheeses, Charcuterie, Olives and Cornichon||$9.50|
|Beijos Bar & Lounge|
|Happy Hour Mon – Fri: 4:30pm – 7pm|
|Happy Hour specials starting as low as $3.00.|
About Texas de Brazil
In 1995, entrepreneur Salah Izzedin retired from entertainment and began a career as a restaurateur. The Columbia University graduate decided on Texas, with plentiful cattle and a passion for Latin flavors, as the first location.
Now, that lonely building in suburban Dallas has grown to 58 locations across the globe. The restaurant has since been awarded many times, including Awards of Excellence from Tripadvisor and Wine Spectator.
Texas de Brazil Review
A trip to Texas de Brazil starts with the salad, charcuterie and cheese bar; after, gaucho servers come table to table with different cuts and cooks of meat. The atmosphere is casual, talkative and yet refined: think fine dining with a fiesta twist.
Atmosphere aside, huge servings of Brazilian side dishes and decadent wines from Chile and Argentina will keep your palate happy. Slow cooking over charcoal with spices gives the meat an incredible flavor.
No experience is complete without some Brazilian favorites: sweet fried bananas, some delicious cuts of Picanha (rump) and a cold glass of Caipirinha (national cocktail) will have you feeling like a local without leaving the country.
The staff are helpful, especially the friendly gaucho waiters bustling everywhere in colorful dress. Even with a reservation, guests sometimes may wait up to 30 minutes. But, as the large number of returning diners will no doubt tell you, it’s well worth the wait.