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Opening Alert: D.C. Gets a Big, New Temple of Meat at Texas De Brazil

It's in the massive old Buddha Bar space.

Texas de Brazil
Texas de Brazil
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

D.C.'s never been lacking for options for meat eaters. But here's one more gigantic one to add to the mix: Texas de Brazil has opened a nearly 9,000 square foot restaurant in the old Buddha Bar space in Mount Vernon Triangle.

This location has room for up to 280 guests, plus a patio. There's a chef's table, a private dining room, a wine wall and a bar and lounge.

This is an outsized Brazilian steakhouse with Texan influences: meats like grilled beef, lamb, pork, sausage and chicken are available (like Fogo de Chao, they're on skewers and carved tableside). There's also a big salad bar. It's a prix fixe situation with $46.99 for the traditional experience, and $24.99 for salad bar only. Kids' prices are cheaper.

Lunch service will eventually follow; right now they're open for dinner.

Texas de Brazil, 455 Massachusetts Ave. NW, website

Texas de Brazil

300 Alton Road, , FL 33139 (305) 695-7702 Visit Website