Visited on a Sunday afternoon with my wife and 20-month daughter. This is a higher-end Portugese/Brazilian place, and the prices reflect that. If you are looking for a neighborhood "hole in the wall" type of place, this is not the right choice for you.
We ordered the carrot cream soup for our appetizers and bacalhau com natas and the bife portugesa as our entrees. Everything was great...tasty and the portions are generous. The bartender also did a great job mixing the caipirinhas and red sangria. Only thing that could have been better was the size of the caipirinhas - they were way too small for the $8 they charged.
Other than that, we highly recommend it!
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