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Churrasco (shoo - ras - ko) has been a culinary tradition for more than three centuries in Rio Grande do Sul (Southern Brazil). In the olden days, "Gauchos" (Southern Brazilian Cowboys) pierced large pieces of meat and slowly roasted them over open flamed pits, while talking about their adventures on the plains. At Espetus Churrascaria, we have kept the Gaucho tradition alive. Prime cuts of meat are prepared over an open flame and served as they have been for centuries, preserving the individual taste of each tender cut.

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