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Churrascaria for a birthday?

Foot | Apr 28, 2008 07:27 PM

Hey all. I've gotten a lot of info from this board on all subjects, and I thought who better to ask about this than the experts themselves! :)

A group of friends and I plan on taking one of our friends out this Friday for his birthday. We were trying to think of an original/different place to go, so I suggested going to a churrascaria. I've read a lot about them and they sound very cool, and none of us have been so we thought this would be a cool thing to surprise him with. A few problems arise, however.

The biggest problem is we don't know where to go. Seeing as none of us have been, it's hard to make a decision about which to try since it seems like there are a lot. We live in the Natick/Framingham area, and are willing to drive about 30-40 minutes if it's worth it. Seeing as it's his birthday and we're surprising him, I'd like the BEST overall churrascaria in terms of quality, variety, and overall experience. We're looking for something a bit fancier than a hole in the wall, and we're not too concerned about price (Maybe $25 a person? Is that reasonable?)

The second problem is that one of our friends in the group has Coeliac Disaese. In short, she can't eat anything with gluten. As I said, I've never been to any churrascaria so I don't know what has gluten, so if anyone has any input that would be greatly appreciated. Once we decide on a place, I plan on calling them and seeing if they have gluten-free items.

So again, the biggest problem is finding the best churrascaria to go to. Best variety, best quality, and somewhat "fancy" (not a cafeteria heh).

I look forward to everyone's input and thank you all in advance! :)

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