New York, NY, December 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Upscale Brazilian steakhouse, Texas de Brazil, (http://www.texasdebrazil.com/), is partnering with elite department store, Bloomingdale’s for a cooking demonstration at its flagship store located at 1000 Third Avenue, in New York City on Sunday, December 21st 2014. Texas de Brazil’s Culinary Director, Evandro Caregnato, will spice up Bloomingdale’s with his signature seasoned meats and gourmet dishes from the famous Brazilian-American eatery. Guests of the demo and those stopping by while shopping will be able to sample the delectable dishes and receive an on-site discount to dine at the restaurant with family and friends this holiday season. Join Evandro as he speaks on his knowledge and experience on mastering the churrasco style of cooking while growing up in Brazil. Guests will learn how to prepare Texas de Brazil’s most popular dishes and engage with the Culinary Director. Texas de Brazil is conveniently located near the shopping landmark with the cooking and sampling event beginning at 2pm and ending at 4pm.
“We are excited about our partnership with Bloomingdale’s, especially during the busy holiday season. I look forward to showcasing the culture of Brazil and the warmth of Texas with our popular meats and dishes, as well as meeting the wonderful people of this city,” States Texas de Brazil Culinary Director Evandro Caregnato. “Our New York City location is directly across the street from Bloomingdale’s flagship store. We want guests to stop by the event and are also excited about inviting them to dine us and experience Texas de Brazil. It is a wonderfully unexpected experience that if you live in NYC, or are visiting, should be on the top of the list of things to do this holiday season. The experience is like no other restaurant found in this city.”
With its fine dining combined with a modern and tasteful setting, Texas de Brazil offers an array of superior quality meats prepared in the traditional Brazilian method and carved tableside by the restaurant’s gauchos. The steakhouse’s menu boasts 16 cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage, a fresh gourmet salad area featuring more than 50 fresh and delicious items including imported cheeses, charcuterie, Brazilian black beans, roasted vegetables and the ever-tempting lobster bisque, as well as an award-winning wine list. Guests use red and green cards to indicate when they’d like to sample cuts of meat, and when they need a moment to enjoy their feast. The company operates 31 domestic U.S locations and three international.
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