Trade Show Expo
LAS VEGAS — As a Father’s Day celebration, Texas de Brazil will offer their entire dinner menu beginning at 11 a.m., as well as a special motorcycle/car display out front. The addition of the vehicles to the property will allow the dads of the family to indulge in a wide variety of automobiles, while also spending time with family and receiving a unique dining experience.
“Families can expect a fun-filled lunch and dinner when they dine with us. From the expansive salad bar to the fresh-off-the-fire grilled meats, our dining experience is lively and interactive,” said Texas de Brazil Las Vegas General Manager David Parra.
All of the Brazilian steakhouse’s meats are grilled and carved tableside, allowing diners to see the cooking of their food firsthand. They offer their specialty Brazilian sausage, as well as beef, pork, chicken and more than ten other options.
“Texas de Brazil stands out in many ways, but our style of service where troops of Gauchos carve meat tableside is by far one of our best attributes, and no one can resist our House Specialty Sirloin, the Picanha,” said Parra.
They also offer up to 60 different items in their salad bar with imported cheeses, bread, vegetables and soup included, as well as sushi.
Texas de Brazil features a wine cellar, stocked with domestic, South American, Italian and Australian wines, and a full bar. Hand-rolled cigars are also available. The restaurant is located locally inside of Town Square, right off of the Las Vegas Strip, making it easily accessible for attendees of trade shows.
“Our restaurant alone separates our restaurant from the norm. We truly strive to touch and enlighten all of the senses with our ambiance, quality products, food and service,” said Parra. Prices vary by location. To find out the Las Vegas restaurant’s prices and for reservations, call 702-614-0080. Catering and takeout are also available. The Las Vegas restaurant is located at Town Square Shopping Center at 6533 Las Vegas Blvd. South, 702.614.0080.
Texas de Brazil is family owned and operated. Started in 1998, the company has quickly grown into one of the country’s premier Churrascarias, currently operating 19 domestic locations and two international locations. The restaurant’s menu consists of 15 grilled meats; all prepared the traditional Brazilian method over an open flame and carved tableside by the restaurant’s authentically costumed Gauchos, as well as an elaborate salad area, wine list, dessert menu, liquor bar and private rooms available for special functions. Future growth includes planned locations for Westchester, Salt Lake City, and Trinidad. For more information visitwww.texasdebrazil.com.