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Where To Find Brazilian Food in Las Vegas

Taste the churrascaria experience in the city

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While Las Vegas doesn’t have an official cuisine, unless alcohol counts, the city certainly makes up for it with a wide array of global cuisines. One such example is Brazilian food. Like many Latin American countries, the cuisine in Brazil is the result of indigenous recipes, outside influences from Europe and Africa, and a blending of the two. Of course the most recognized in the United States is churrasco, that barbecued meat served on a skewer and carved table side, but Brazilian beef tenderloin with padron peppers or feijoada, a stew of beans with beef and pork, find a place on the Brazilian menus of the city.

From Brazilian steakhouses to fusion restaurants, here’s a look at where to find Brazilian food in Las Vegas.

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Via Brasil Steakhouse

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Located near Summerlin, the churrascaria Via Brasil specializes in 21 meats carved table side including Brazilian pork, prime rib, leg of lamb, and picanha, known as a sirloin cap in the United States. A rodizio brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays features table side carved meat plus omelets, crepes, and Benedicts.

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Sushisamba

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A restaurant with “sushi” in the name might not be the first place diners look to make a reservation at when seeking out Brazilian food, but the decor and cuisine at Sushisamba at the Grand Canal Shoppes finds inspiration from Brazil as much as Japan. The menu features churrasco options such as ribeye and strip steak with rice and beans right alongside creative maki rolls.

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Located at the Venetian, the menu at chef Lorena Garcia’s Chica is influenced by the flavors of Brazil as well as Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, and Argentina. The soft golden glow of the restaurant sets the stage for Brazilian beef tenderloin with padron peppers, sweet plantains, and sangria.

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Chica

Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

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Fogo de Chao specializes in Southern Brazilian cuisine including churrasco-style lunch and dinner, a Feijoada bar plus a la carte items including mango Chilean sea bass and pan-seared salmon.

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Pampas Churrascaria Brazilian Grille

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From a surf and turf rodizio brunch to unlimited meat for dinner, Pampas Brazilian Grille at the Miracle Mile Shops has it all, plus a la carte items including Brazilian poutine, New England lobster tail, and grilled pineapple glazed with sugar and cinnamon. Hearty portions of grilled vegetables are available for vegetarians who still want the rodizio experience.

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Boca Do Brasil

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While visiting her son, a Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil performer chef Angela Mahaeta noticed the lack of Brazilian dining options in the area. She created Boca Do Brasil to fill that hole, and ever since then the locally owned restaurant has been serving inexpensive Brazilian specialties including picanha, carne com batata (beef and potatoes), and feijoada, a stew of beans with beef and pork.

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Texas de Brazil

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Texas de Brazil at Town Square is a small chain restaurant born out of the traditions of Brazil and the robust culinary tastes of Texas. The meat-focused restaurant offers endless portions of Brazilian sausage, flank steak, bacon-wrapped chicken, and more along with side dishes including sweet fried bananas and Brazilian cheese bread. An ample wine list completes the feast.

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Texas de Brazil

Via Brasil Steakhouse

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Located near Summerlin, the churrascaria Via Brasil specializes in 21 meats carved table side including Brazilian pork, prime rib, leg of lamb, and picanha, known as a sirloin cap in the United States. A rodizio brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays features table side carved meat plus omelets, crepes, and Benedicts.

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Sushisamba

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A restaurant with “sushi” in the name might not be the first place diners look to make a reservation at when seeking out Brazilian food, but the decor and cuisine at Sushisamba at the Grand Canal Shoppes finds inspiration from Brazil as much as Japan. The menu features churrasco options such as ribeye and strip steak with rice and beans right alongside creative maki rolls.

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Chica

CHICA
Chica

Located at the Venetian, the menu at chef Lorena Garcia’s Chica is influenced by the flavors of Brazil as well as Peru, Venezuela, Mexico, and Argentina. The soft golden glow of the restaurant sets the stage for Brazilian beef tenderloin with padron peppers, sweet plantains, and sangria.

CHICA
Chica

Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

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Fogo de Chao specializes in Southern Brazilian cuisine including churrasco-style lunch and dinner, a Feijoada bar plus a la carte items including mango Chilean sea bass and pan-seared salmon.

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Pampas Churrascaria Brazilian Grille

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From a surf and turf rodizio brunch to unlimited meat for dinner, Pampas Brazilian Grille at the Miracle Mile Shops has it all, plus a la carte items including Brazilian poutine, New England lobster tail, and grilled pineapple glazed with sugar and cinnamon. Hearty portions of grilled vegetables are available for vegetarians who still want the rodizio experience.

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Boca Do Brasil

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While visiting her son, a Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil performer chef Angela Mahaeta noticed the lack of Brazilian dining options in the area. She created Boca Do Brasil to fill that hole, and ever since then the locally owned restaurant has been serving inexpensive Brazilian specialties including picanha, carne com batata (beef and potatoes), and feijoada, a stew of beans with beef and pork.

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Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil
Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil at Town Square is a small chain restaurant born out of the traditions of Brazil and the robust culinary tastes of Texas. The meat-focused restaurant offers endless portions of Brazilian sausage, flank steak, bacon-wrapped chicken, and more along with side dishes including sweet fried bananas and Brazilian cheese bread. An ample wine list completes the feast.

Texas de Brazil
Texas de Brazil

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