Dallas-based Churrascaria Chain Texas de Brazil Comes to Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • November 16, 2016
I write this with a distended tummy, a noticeable belly bulge that I didn't have an hour before I went to Texas de Brazil. It's an inevitable consequence of not only this trip to this churrascaria, but also any trip to any churrascaria. Why do I...
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