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The 4 Brazilian Steakhouses in Westchester That Will Make Your Mouth Water

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Meat lovers will find their paradise at these county locations, flaunting gaucho chefs trained in the delicious art of churrasco.

It’s every meat-lover’s dream. Imagine: mounds of flame-roasted meats lugged around a restaurant by servers, like loyal subjects carrying an emperor’s throne. Need more meat? You can get more meat, all deliciously crafted by Brazilian-trained gaucho chefs, practiced in the centuries-old grilling tradition of churrasco.

Need a moment to comprehend how much meat you just scarfed down? Sure. But the second you need to refuel, it’s right there for the taking. These are Westchester’s Brazilian steakhouses.

Where can you find such a paradise? Well, we’re about to tell you. Keep on reading to find the best Brazilian steakhouses in our beloved county.

Texas de Brazil 

Yonkers
At Texas de Brazil, the menu is at a fixed price that includes a continuous dining service for meats, salads, and side items. That means for one price you can have as many servings as you’d like! Music to our ears. Head to Ridge Hill Plaza to check out their juicy offerings, like an herb-marinated pork loin, flank steak, parmesan-crusted pork loin, chicken wrapped in bacon, and more.

 

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USA Brazilian Grill

Mount Vernon
This Brazilian churrascaria offers a delicious menu of traditional dishes alongside eight mouthwatering meat options, including skirt steak, sirloin, sausage, chicken, and beef ribs. The buffet also offers amazing Brazilian style pizzas, like the Moda da Casa, topped with corn, tomato, peas, bacon, ham, green olives, onions, and oregano.

 

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Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse*

White Plains
The story of the Fogo de Chão franchise is about as traditional as it gets. The founders of grew up on a southern Brazilian farm in the Serra Gaucha, learning to cook in the churrasco grilling tradition that would become the backbone of their story. Their massive menu of meats will undoubtedly make you drool, with a host of delicious sides and drinks that make this an ideal spot to dine with a group. The White Plains location, opening by the end of the year is furnished with contemporary lounge-seating that elevates any occasion.

*The White Plains Fogo de Chão is set to open by the end of 2020* 

 

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Chalanas Restaurante

Mount Vernon
The Mount Vernon restaurant on Lincoln Ave. just might be your new go-to for Brazilian bites in lower Westchester. Their menu features classic dishes in a down-to-earth setting. Stop by for the occasional night of live music, too.

 

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