Brazilian Steakhouse, Texas de Brazil, Coming To Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • December 15, 2015
Texas de Brazil is a Brazilian steakhouse better known as a churrascaria, where grilled meats on giant sticks are brought and carved tableside. It started as a family-owned joint in Addison, Texas in 1998 and has now grown to over three dozen...
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