It Pays to be VIP at Texas de Brazil

Texas de Brazil provides a dining experience like no other. It is for this very reason that guests continue to become regulars. One of the ways that Texas de Brazil rewards its guests for their loyalty is through their VIP Dining Cards.

Through the month of March, when you purchase their VIP dining card you can receive 50 percent off 12 dinners. That’s a savings of $245-$300+! The VIP Dining card is available for purchase during the month of March, so hurry because when they are gone, they are gone.

Purchase your VIP dining card online and it will be delivered instantly via email. You can still purchase the VIP dining cards in-store and receive a physical card.

VIP dining cards expire on September 30, 2019.

In order to use the VIP dining card, you must present y0ur VIP dining card email, either digital or printed, with the full VIP card number available to your server when seated. One VIP card or up to 12 uses allowed per table/reservation. VIP cards cannot be combined with any other offers/discounts.

Blackout dates: Easter, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Fridays and Saturdays.

Valid for regular dinner and salad area only dinner. Not valid during lunch or with the discounted children’s price. Dessert, nonalcoholic and alcoholic beverages are not included.

VIP dining cards are nonrefundable, hold no cash value and are fully transferable.

At Texas de Brazil the traditions of Brazilian cooking blend with Texas hospitality to create a lively atmosphere in an upscale setting. During your meal, visit their extensive salad bar which includes a wide array of seasonal roasted vegetables, fresh artisan bread, charcuterie, imported cheeses, and other specialties.

After the salad bar, experience the rodizio-style dining that has made Texas de Brazil famous. It is an endless parade of gaucho servers visit your table with skewers of freshly grilled meats carved directly onto your plate. With over 17 different cuts of meat like beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage. All of their meats are cooked over a wood charcoal fire the way cowboys of Southern Brazil have always prepared it. Sides include dishes of garlic mashed potatoes, Brazilian cheese bread, and sweet fried bananas.

To complement your meal, select a bottle of wine from their award-winning collection of wines or traditional Brazilian bar creations. For more information, visit the Texas de Brazil website.

At Texas de Brazil, it pays to be a VIP.

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