In days of old, in the southernmost state of Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul, cattle grazed the pampas (treeless plains), providing the Gaucho (Southern Brazilian Cowboy) with endless supplies of meat for the now famous tradition of “Churrasco” barbecues. The Gaucho would skewer large pieces of meat and slowly grill them over open‐flamed pits.
In keeping with this tradition, we bring you CS Brazilian Steakhouse.
At CS Brazilian Steakhouse, we proudly keep this churrasco tradition alive with Gaucho chefs roasting the finest cuts of meat grilled to perfection and cut directly from skewers tableside. A fantastic gourmet salad bar with fresh cut vegetables, a variety of traditional side dishes to compliment the meats, signature cocktails/imported soft drinks, and a dessert menu replete with cakes, fruits, and sweets will round off the unique experience.
The poet Goethe once said, “There is no past that we can bring back by longing for it, only the present that builds and creates itself as the past withdraws.” A unique word exists, only in the Brasilian language, that best describes those longings and that word is SAUDADES.
The word SAUDADE (pronounced: saw’ DA jee, or plural: saw’ DA jeez) is the Brasilian word that has no direct translation into English but is most accurately described as a deep emotional state of nostalgic longing for an absent something or someone. After a unique steak experience, as can only be experienced at CS Brazilian Steakhouse, a guest will go away with a deep emotional state of nostalgic longing to return to the experience, hence the name SAUDADES.
The full dinner experience is $59. The Salad Bar Only option is $29.50. Our young guests (ages 7-12) eat for half price. Children 6 and under eat free.