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Once seated, guests can then begin their dining experience by helping themselves to our extravagant 50-60 item seasonal salad area. You will find this is a steakhouse that even vegetarians love™. Sample four freshly made in-house salad dressings, gourmet artisan breads, imported cheeses, fresh buffalo mozzarella, steamed asparagus with strawberry sauce, Brazilian hearts of palm, grilled Portobello mushrooms, Greek olives, shrimp salad, imported Italian salamis, sautéed mushrooms, herbed sweet onions, pork black beans, jasmine rice, spicy surimi sushi, soup du jour and many other specialties.
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Sweet Fried Bananas
Brazilian Cheese Bread
House Speciality Meat Sauces
The specialty of this Brazilian-inspired restaurant are our slow-roasted and perfectly seasoned cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage. This technique comes to the United States straight from Southern Brazil, where Gauchos (cowboys) prepare meals over a campfire.
To conclude your dining experience, treat yourself to one of our exquisite desserts…..almost too beautiful to eat.
Chocolate Mousse Cake
Bananas Foster Pie
Key Lime Pie
Brazilian Papaya Cream
Welcome to the Texas de Brazil World of Wines! Our extensive collection features a fantastic variety of wines from all over the world. We believe that wine should be fun, unpretentious and enjoyed by everyone. Wine is an integral part of our dining experience. Our Wine Spectator award-winning wine list features wines from all over the world with a focus on California and South America. We have wines for all levels of wine aficionados, from beginners to experts alike. Our private label wines are exclusively made for Texas de Brazil by Santa Rita Vineyards in Chile. Our private label wines are well rounded, balanced, and easy drinking --great styles of wine to complement our food. Next time you dine with us please ask your server about our featured wine. We do quarterly features of 90+ rated wines at very agreeable prices. Sáude!
Slip into Beijos Bar and Lounge and enjoy a delicious beverage in a chic atmosphere. We are pleased to feature several traditional Brazilian creations, such as our signature cocktail and most popular drink, “the Caipirinha.” With such a wide-array of premium liquors, fine cognacs and specialty martinis, there is something for everyone! Whether you prefer a perfectly aged single malt scotch or an after-dinner flight of port, you will be amazed by the collection, variety, and service we present. Relax and enjoy. Cheers!
Beijos Bar and Lounge features weekly happy hour specials, special events and more! Restrictions may apply. Bar opens 1/2 hour prior to restaurant opening time at all domestic locations.
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Texas de Brazil is no ordinary steakhouse. It’s a dining experience like no other. Here, traditions of Brazilian cooking blend with Texas hospitality to create a lively atmosphere in an upscale setting. Your meal begins with a visit to our extravagant salad area where you can indulge in a wide array of seasonal roasted vegetables, fresh artisan breads, charcuterie, imported cheeses and other specialties. Then enjoy the rodizio-style dining that has made us famous. An endless parade of gaucho servers visits your table with skewers of freshly grilled beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage carved directly onto your plate. It’s all served with authentic side dishes of garlic mashed potatoes,…
US$31 - US$50
Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch, After-hours
American, Steakhouse, Brazilian
Takeout, Reservations, Buffet, Private Dining, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Street Parking, Valet Parking, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Accepts Discover
All reviews lamb salad picanha skewers lobster bisque top sirloin cheesecake tabbouleh fried banana key lime pie mashed potatoes bread all you can eat special occasion cuts of meat dessert tray excellent meat
This is an all-you-can-eat restaurant. We were a group of 5 out for a lunch on a business day. The place was very busy. The system is quite simple, as soon as you are seated, you go get the salad bar. The salad bar is...More
We go there whenever we crave for meat! we were there recently since I was craving them meat like crazy and as always it was great! The salad bar selections were great as usual and meats were amazing! Will go back soon!
For a restaurant of his caliber, I would expect that seating arrangements would be more spacious, with room to move. It’s a Brazilian Steakhouse!
I think being shoved into a tiny corner at a super busy walkway area and at a super tiny table set...More
My husband & I were able to walk here from our hotel which was great because I needed the walk back due to my overindulgence in the amazing salad bar, most excellent meat cooked perfectly, and Daniela who served us with the most exceptional service....More
Good for a special occasion-quite pricey! However, we did feel like you get what you pay for. The salad/cold bar was excellent-you don't feel like it is just "filler". Lobster bisque was excellent. I was a little concerned since I like rare meat, but I...More
A review three weeks ago talked about over salted meat to which management responded rock salt is the traditional Brazilian format. To get less salt, ask the carvers. I found the request to be unrealistic. All of the meats we had were too salty. Getting...More
The last 2 times I was there, the meat was ridiculously salty. My wife felt the same way. The first time this happened, I thought maybe it was a one off incident, but unfortunately it wasn’t the case. Between Fogo de Chao and this place,...More
Date of visit: December 2017
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TexasdeBrazilSocial, Public Relations Manager at Texas de Brazil, responded to this reviewResponded 23 November 2018
Hello, we are disappointed in reading that the past few visits to our Addison Texas de Brazil has fallen short of your expectations. While we do grill our beef in the traditional Brazilian manner and seasoned with rock salt, please know that our carvers can...More
This is the original restaurant for this chain. Very professionally operated with great service staff. Had a wonderful glass of wine as we waited for our table. A diverse upscale soup and salad bar for starters. It was all about the meats delivered on skewers...More
Every year I get lucky that my BDay coincides with the DFW Restaurant Week. I get to try great restaurants on this pretext. This year I thought of trying out the Brazilian Churrascaria, Texas de Brazil. I heard a lot about this particular chain. This...More
No dress code. As always in Dallas, some people always dress to impress. It is a nice place with great food and atmosphere so maybe dress up a little bit. Makes for good pictures with friends and family!