Eating a hearty steak makes a man more kingly than wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Get the royal treatment with today's Groupon: for $21, you get an all-you-can-eat Rodizio dinner at Via Brasil Steakhouse (a $42.95 value).
Deemed one of the best ethnic restaurants in Las Vegas in 2010, Via Brasil Steakhouse is a churrascaria oasis in the middle of the valley, with a vast inventory of gracefully grilled cuts as well as herbivorous options. Your Groupon is good for a prix fixe jaunt through an all-you-care-to-eat Rodizio dinner, during which dutiful beef baristas visit the table, touting skewered spears of everything from prime rib to Brazilian-style sausage, whichunlike most domestic sausagesspeaks fluent Portuguese and consistently dominates international soccer tournaments. Also available are prime cuts of flank steak and legs of lamb. A total of 16 meats comprise the Rodizio dinner, and a gourmet salad bar includes more than 30 possible options. A plethora of side dishes instill confidence in the entrees by whispering messages of personalized encouragement in their general direction.
Via Brasil Steakhouse boasts a luxurious interior, seating 250 expectant diners ready for edible euphoria. Its decor echoes both the cobblestoned streets of Brazil and the Copacabana beach, but dining in Garfield-themed swimwear remains strongly discouraged.
Via Brasil Steakhouse rakes in positive reviews from Las Vegas Weekly, and the Las Vegas Review-Journal gives the eatery an "A". 46 Yelpers give it a four-star average rating, 16 Citysearchers award it a perfect five-star average, and Gayot gives it a 14 out of 20., and 88% of Urbanspooners like it.
-   - This is a vast, expensively decorated restaurant, staffed by captains in classy black suits and gauchos who slice meat from skewers brought to the table on rolling carts. Max Jacobson, Las Vegas Weekly
-   - Carnivores will be satisfied with more choices of pork ribs, rib-eye, sausage, leg of lamb and flank steak. The Brazilian meal is never complete without a caipirinha, and Via Brasil does it right with cachaca rum, fresh muddled limes and a bit of sugar. Gayot
-   - Via Brasil is definitely an indulgence of diet-destroying proportions. But what a way to go. Heidi Knapp Rinella, Las Vegas Review-Journal
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