Churrascaria (choo-rah-scah-REE-ah) is the name used to describe a restaurant that serves meat, mostly grilled, and Rodizio is a method of serving the different cuts of meat that originated in the south of Brazil in the early 1800's.
The concept is to serve a wide variety of different cuts of beef, pork, lamb, chicken, etc., in succession, to each diner individually right at their table, thus there is not a traditional menu. The restaurant features a fixed-price continuous tableside service.
In February 2004, New York City was gifted with Churrascaria Tribeca: The authentic Brazilian Rodizio...enhancing even more the options this incredible city has to offer.
Located in the heart of downtown, Churrascaria Tribeca attracts a big Village crowd, large groups, executives and tourists.
A soaring 300-seat rodizio, "Churrascaria Tribeca is the Cadillac of churrascarias".
The founders of Churrascaria Tribeca have spared no expense in creating a perfect dining experience.
As quoted by the Daily News; "Don't worry about pronouncing it, just get there as quickly as possible".