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Dining Guide 2014 Boi Na Braza

Sep 12, 2014 09:20AM ● Published by Dia

4025 William D. Tate

Grapevine, TX 76051


Boi Na Braza is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse located off of Highway 121 and Hall Johnson. 

Ever since 2000, Boi Na Braza has shared the traditional way of serving sizzling meats and gourmet salads. Inspired by the Gauchos, our Brazilian chefs created a unique type of cooking called churrasco (shoo.rhas.ko). At Boi Na Braza, 16 different cuts of prime meats are skewered and slowly roasted to perfection over an open flame. The gauchos then slice thin and tender pieces of meat at your table. The succulent meats are served continuously to all. This is called “rodízio” style, meaning “all around.” Join us to enjoy the delicious preparations of our gauchos along with an additional 40- plus items, gourmet salad bar, traditional Brazilian side dishes and an extensive wine list with 200 selections to choose from.

Menu Samplings Chef’s Favorites

Picanha (pea-can-ya)

Our house specialty, Picanha is a prime cut of the top sirloin. Our gauchos season it lightly with salt and roast it over an open flame to serve at your table.

Pão de Queijo (pown-deh-kay-zho) 

To begin your Brazilian dining experience, warm pão de queijo is brought to your table as you are seated. Oven-baked bread with fine Parmesan cheese melted to perfection.

Linguiça (lin-gwee-sa)

Boi Na Braza’s own secret recipe, this cured pork sausage is full of flavor that complements a traditional churrasco (Brazilian bbq). The gauchos prepare the Linguica on the rotisserie until lightly crisp on the outside and juicy on the inside.

Pernil de Cordeiro (per-nil dih cor-day-roo)

Pernil de Cordeiro in Portuguese for fresh leg of lamb. The imported New Zealand lamb is seasoned overnight in our fresh mint marinade and grilled by our gauchos to tender perfection.

Caipirinha (kai-pur-een-ya)

The Caipirinha, which means “little country girl,” is the national cocktail from Brazil. Made from fresh lime, muddled with sugar and mixed with Cachaça (ka-sha-sa) and ice. Enjoy it with your favorite fruit such as pineapple, kiwi or strawberries.


Boi Na Braza offers seven unique private and semi-private rooms for your birthday, anniversary, graduation dinner, holiday party, business meeting, wedding reception, rehearsal and/or ceremony.


Pampas Room - 16 guests

Wine Room - 24 guests

Bar Lounge - 50 guests


Ipanema Room - 50 guests

Copacabana - 75 guests

Main Room - 100 guests

Samba Room - 200 guests

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