Cuisine: Brazilian

Saddle up, carnivores! Churrasco, pronounced shoo-has-ko, does its meat gaucho (South American cowboy) style. That is, they lovingly rub it with spices and then grill it to succulence over an open fire. The vibe is fun and friendly as waitstaff circulate with skewers fresh off the flames, slicing up juicy chunks of beef, lamb, chicken and sausage of your choosing. You can have as much of it as you can eat for $35. Sides of potatoes, rice and beans are included, while small salads for a vegetarian reprieve are available for $10.50. Sweet, limey caipirinhas go down refreshingly well, as do the samba beats, which give this place a groove somewhere between carnivale and cool.

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