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For a gluttonous dining experience of meat fiesta, Texas de Brazil leaves no stone unturned. This restaurant chain inspired by traditional Brazilian Churrascaria is renowned for their all-you-can-eat fare and salad bar. With over 50 items on their seasonal salad counter, make sure you are diligent enough to keep room for your feast later. Once your place card is set to green, a bevy of carvers will throng at your table-side to carve a variety of top quality cuts. These include the likes of beef, pork, Brazilian sausage and chicken. Accompaniments feature Brazilian cheese bread that is baked on-site and other traditional sides. Complement your meal with wine from their wide wine list. Round off with decadent desserts if there is room for more. The rustic, elegant decor complements the cuisine served at this place.
Vicente's Cuban Cuisine in Downtown Detroit is committed to providing an authentic Cuban atmosphere to go along with the authentic Cuban food. The family owned restaurant features a menu with items like the classic Cubano sandwich, Arroz con Pollo and Ropa Vieja, as well as a variety of traditional tapas. On weekends the restaurant hosts live salsa music and dancing.
Taqueria Lupita's bills itself as Detroit's "house of the original Mexican taco" and they just might be right. With over a dozen different types of tacos offered, they are at least the home of the most variety of tacos. But the delicious food doesn't stop there. From the warm chips and variety of salsas that start your meal to the entire menu, you can be sure it will be tasty and authentic. With prices like these, you'll be able to order everything that catches your fancy and then some!
At Pupusería y Restaurante Salvadoreño, you will find a true oasis from the somewhat rough neighborhood outside. The light and airy dining room features the flags of Latin American countries adorning the walls and soccer matches playing on the TV. As the name implies, the pupusa, a sort of cheese and filling stuffed corn cake served with curtido (sour, pickled coleslaw-type salad), is the main attraction. Aside from these Salvadorean specialties, however, there are many other delights on the menu. Try the pasteles with various fillings, little empanada type turnovers to name a few. Don't worry if you're not familiar with all the dishes, the staff will answer any questions you have and even make recommendations.