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Café Brazil is a Dallas institution and while there are a few locations around town, each one distinctly represents the area it's located. The two main locations are in Deep Ellum and by Southern Methodist University and both are open 24/7. It is quite common to see students burning the midnight oil, people getting out of the clubs, truck drivers and attorneys at all hours tucking into the great food. The sandwiches are on thick slices of homemade bread and piled high with toppings. The omelets are made with farm fresh eggs and served with rosemary potatoes and grilled bread. The Brazilian Beef Sandwich is piled high with beef fajitas, mushrooms, bell peppers on homemade herb wheat bun and the Barbecue Salmon with fried sweet potatoes and Steamed Broccoli is amazing. There are 7 different choices daily for your bottomless cup of coffee kick.
This local cafe and bakery serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and baked goodies with Latin flair. Stop by to enjoy an espresso, pick up some freshly made pastries (like the popular peach, apricot, and blueberry cobbler), or dine in and enjoy a scrumptious entree in a comfortable atmosphere. The restaurant even provides wedding cakes, and hosts tea parties and cooking classes. Check website for full menu and additional information.
Gloria's is a Latin restaurant/club in Dallas serving authentic cuisine for lunch and dinner. Parties are commonly held here, and on weekends, the floor is cleared to make room for salsa dancing. There is often a live band performing on these occasions. Happy hour is Monday through Thursday all day and Fridays from 3p-7p, with phenomenal drink specials (bar is open from 11p-2a). There is no cover before 10p (when food is served). No one under 21 may enter after 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Check with restaurant for other times special rules apply. Visit the website to find other locations in the Dallas area.
Everything about Boi Na Braza is Brazilian - the food, the chefs and the architecture. Even the oil paintings that adorn the walls were commissioned and painted by Brazilian artists. Dallas Morning News gave Boi Na Braza a four-star review. The name translated means "steer over embers," which is just how the food here is cooked. Beef, lamb, pork and poultry are cooked the way Brazilians have been doing it since the 1800s - over golden embers after the pit fire died down. You will enjoy exquisite cuts of meat, including Beef Sirloin, Lamb Chops, Pork Sausage, and Leg of Lamb. Other favorites include the Chicken Breast with Bacon and the extensive salad bar.