BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - The Buffalo area is apparently in line for its first authentic Brazilian steakhouse.
Texas de Brazil is a chain of authentic Brazilian-American churrascaria that is announcing on its website its plans to open an outlet in the Buffalo area this Spring. A Facebook fan alerted us to the fact the restaurant was touting a Buffalo location.
The restaurant chain is family-owned and the menu combines the cuisine of Southern Brazil with the generous spirit of Texas. Texas de Brazil has 18 restaurants in the United States and one in Aruba.
The company's website does not indicate where exactly the restaurant will be located.
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