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Looking for a Brazilian Buffet in DFW

rdcole | Jul 24, 201807:36 PM     2

I'm looking for a Brazilian Buffet in DFW.

There used to be one in Irving just off 183 which was like the one I used to eat lunch in when I was in Rio Brazil but that place has converted into a Steakhouse like Boi Na Braza or Fogo de Chão, which is definitely not what I'm looking for.

Brazilian Buffets, in addition to a wide variety of food items, are unique in that you are charged by weight, not a flat price all you can eat deal, so fill your plate all you want, put the plate on the scale and see what you owe. Want some more, go back again and they will add to your check, no problem.

Do I have to Fly 10 hours South to Rio to eat in a Buffet again?

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