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Texas de Brazil gaucho Thiago Alves cuts picanha, the top part of the sirloin and a house specialty, at the Brazilian steakhouse brand that recently opened in Orland Square. Photos by Jacquelyn Schlabach/22nd Century Media
The salad area at Texas de Brazil is included in the fixed price of admission and has a wide array of offerings, ranging from gourmet artisan breads to imported cheeses, sushi and steamed asparagus.
Thomas Czaja, Contributing Editor
4:57 am CDT April 29, 2019
A small, two-sided disc on the table is flipped from red to green. Suddenly, one by one, a variety of meats begin to arrive. The gauchos, or servers, bring the flame-roasted meat selections tableside ...