Philadelphia, PA - Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse, the particular mom-and-pop counterpart to corporate-owned Brazilian steakhouse restaurants carves churrasco-style meats tableside and also stocks its buffet with vegetables, salads and lots of sides. Saturdays mean handmade feijoada, slow-simmered, soul-stirring pork along with black bean stew.
Brazilian Style Cuisine Philly
"With two distinct locations in Philadelphia, PA, Picanha Brazilian Steakhouse offers a truly authentic experience. If you choose to eat rodizio style, you can enjoy our traditional Brazilian dishes while we expertly carve each cut of delicious meat for you tableside. We also offer a gourmet hot and cold salad bar option." - From Picanha Website
6501 Castor Avenue, (215) 743-4647; 1111 Locust Street.
(215) 608-8870, www.picanhagrill.com
Philadelphia's Argentine and Brazilian Cuisine - Philly has a very diverse Latin dining scene which reflects the city and region’s residents. The 2010 U.S. Census reported 187,611 Philadelphians—or 12.3% of the population—are Latino. In July 2018, that census estimate grew to 14.1%. With this strong population of Latino residents comes a variety of amazing Argentine and Brazilian dining spots.