For those of you who are not current or former gauchos who roam the prairies of Brazil, you might need an explanation of our style of service. At the end on a long day of work tending to cattle and stock, Brazilian cowboys (gauchos) and their families would prepare great feasts. They would skewer various meats, roast them over a fire pit and bring them to the table for carving. There would be a bounty of seasonal vegetables, stews and salads using fresh ingredients from the fruits of their labor. Samba Brazilian Grill is inspired by this tradition.
How Does It Work?
When you first arrive at Samba, have a Caipirinha or Mojito before enjoying our opulent first course which features over 40 items. You will find a variety of house-made salads, roasted vegetables, artisan cheeses, olives, breads, and much more.
Each table receives a cylindrical pillar, red on one end and green on the other. We start you on red, but when you are ready to begin meat service, turn the pillar to green. On that cue, our gauchos will bring you a variety of grilled meats and carve them table side. Some of the meats you might enjoy during a dinner with us would be: Top Sirloin (Picanha), Cachaca Marinated Beef Tenderloin, Churrasco Seasoned Flank Steak, Beef Strip Loin, Parmesan Encrusted Pork Tenderloin , Leg of Lamb, Linguica Pork Sausage, BBQ Chicken Breast, and of course, Grilled Pineapple dusted with Cinnamon and Sugar.