You'll feel like you're in a local Brazilian restaurant, informal but lively, with excellent service, food, and drinks. To begin try the Salada Zebu (which ostensibly has everything in it but the kitchen sink). We then had the Feijoada which is Brazil's National Dish (beef, pork, sausages and black bean stew) and Carne Cozida which is country style beef over potato puree and black beans. For dessert try any of the flans (we had a coconut one which is not always on the menu). Rather than wine, have one of the delicious Brazilian mixed drinks. If you like Passion Fruit, some are infused with that. The place has a very "down home" vibe--the waiters are all charmers.
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