Churrasco Brazilian Steakhouse
Dining is drama at Churrasco Brazilian Steakhouse, with servers slicing skewers of freshly roasted meats for customers at the table. Churrasco cooking “has been a tradition for generations in Southern Brazil, where gauchos (cowboys) pierce large pieces of meat and slowly grill them over open-flame pits,” explains owner Diego Zaroski.
Besides big meat, meals at Churrasco include a market table with hot and cold dishes (i.e., salads, cheeses, mushroom risotto, chicken stroganoff). During Reno Food & Drink Week, dessert is included, too.
(by Johnathan L. Wright)