Fogo de Chão is an international chain where you’ll find a $25 shrimp cocktail served in a massive Midtown space that feels like the set from a Michael Bay-directed Oceans 14. Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way - you should go to Fogo de Chão. Specifically, you should go with people who really like meat, and everyone should do the $70 churrasco experience. Once you sit down with a plate of feijoada and sides, round after round of filet mignon, pork and beef picanha, and a dozen other meats will arrive on spits ready to be sliced onto your plate, cooked to whatever doneness you prefer.
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From bakeries to steakhouses, here’s where you’ll find the best Brazilian food in NYC.
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Mulberry & Vine
Mulberry & Vine is a counter-service chain where you can grab a quick plate of salmon, chicken, or tofu with a few vegetable sides.
ViceVersa is an upscale Italian restaurant in Midtown with a nice backyard space and a bar where you might see someone drinking a martini at 3pm.
Blue Willow is an upscale Chinese restaurant in Midtown that specializes in Szechuan and Hunan food.
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Berimbau Brazilian Kitchen
Berimbau is a casual West Village spot that serves the best Brazilian food in NYC.
This tiny cafe in Soho makes fantastic Brazilian baked goods and sweets like brigadeiros.
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Peter Luger Steak House
Peter Luger is a New York City steakhouse institution, and eating here is an experience unlike any other in the city.
RH Rooftop Restaurant
RH is the restaurant on top of Restoration Hardware in Meatpacking where you can get design inspiration for your megayacht while eating American food.
Keens is a Midtown steakhouse with tons of history, but even if you don’t care about Albert Einstein’s smoking pipe, you’ll eat some great meat.
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