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  1. To quote The List. Are you on it?, a churrascaria or rodizio is coming to DC proper. Note: don't invite Waitman for it is a chain.
  2. There are lots of restaurants in the DC area that have southern Brazilian cuisine (rodizio/churrascaria). Does anyone know of a restaurant that has northeast Brazilian food such as casquinha de siri, bobó de camarão, and acarajé. If you know of any place, I would appreciate it if you could post here about it. Thank you!
  3. Hi all - Our teen had his first trip to a churrascaria elsewhere this summer and loved it. We usually go to Ray's the Steaks for his birthday, and I know the steaks there are higher quality, but we were thinking of taking him to a churrascaria for his 18th birthday with a few friends since he enjoyed the experience and the food so much and it's a milestone birthday. Unending skewers of grilled meats are definitely fun and appealing at that age. I'd probably just have the Market Table and sides, which would be fine for me. It looks like there haven't been comments on Fogo de Chao, Chima Brazilian Steakhouse, or Texas de Brazil in a few years. At this point, do folks have thoughts on whether one is better than the other? I noted that Fogo has a weekend brunch for less ($39 instead of $50 at Tysons), that includes the full churrasceria - not sure if they don't have the better cuts of meat (which I've seen in the Fogo threads) then, or if they're just assuming people will eat less. Brazil de Texas in Fairfax charges the same for brunch as it does for dinner, and Chima doesn't have brunch. Thanks!!
  4. Just saw this piece about Lia Cafe about a new Brazilian cafe opening in Mt. Pleasant. Looks like it will have all the typical salgadinhos (Pao de Quijo, Kibbe, etc.) that you would find in a Brazilian corner bakery. Hope they also have acai and juices, like a real Rio juice bar. No matter what, I think I will be here a lot. It's a bit sad for me, though. I had an idea to open a place like Each Peach Market, and then someone beat me to it, and my next idea was to open something like this, and I've been beat to it again!
  5. Seen in the American Airlines magazine: Texas de Brazil is opening a location in Fair Oaks this year. Isn't there some sort of meta-rodizio signal we can flip over to mean "please stop bringing the Brazilian steakhouses, we're stuffed"?
  6. If you have a craving, there's still by brazil off georgia near wheaton.
  7. We went to Malibu Grill Steakhouse for a business lunch last week. My client/friend had never been to a churrascaria before so I gave him the low-down. I figured it was his treat and I hadn't been to one in the VA area yet and I hate going to DC because of the parking and traffic. We hit the salad bar and then put our "green" on. (Note to the uninitiated you have a piece of wood green for "go" and red for "stop" - servings of food that is grilled rotisserie style) we ate and ate and ate and though I love salt a bit more than the next person the sirloin was a tiny bit too salty (take an inside cut maybe?) for me. My friend was okay with it all but he's not a supertaster nor a foodie, so I'll have to show him some fine dining choices next time! They had salad and soup and grilled potatoes and rolls and halibut and alot more items than you could need w/o the grilled meats. The price was right since he was treating and then we went on to business. The waitress/server was a very sweet hispanic girl who kept my soda glass full...blissfully. The water - ewwwwww, I guess I'm spoiled but the water tasted like toilet water! Anyhow I helped him with career advice and resume tweaking and since my last meeting with him he has gotten a few bites so he's happy. I saw a restaurant next door but I forget the name, I would love to find out more about it! I'd put this on a list of things to try for a fast steakhouse in the fairfax or falls church va areas... it's really a toss up if you don't mind the salty meat. (maybe it was an off day? - shrug - ) anyhow... my next place to try is Chez Francois in Great Falls.
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