Las Vegas Steakhouse Via Brasil Steakhouse Serves Up Brazilian-Style Barbecues and Affordable Thanksgiving Specials

Las Vegas, NV (PressExposure) November 18, 2009 -- Las Vegas, NV, -- Las Vegas Steakhouse Via Brasil Steakhouse, located at 1225 S. Fort Apache Road, Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada is combining Brazil’s famed rodizio style dining with roasted turkey carved table side for the holidays.

During these difficult times with the economy, Las Vegas Steakhouse Via Brasil Steakhouse has developed a solution by combining their Brazilian-style barbecue with traditional servings of turkey at an affordable price. For $29.95 Lunch or $42.95 Dinner, families can enjoy an all you can eat, Thanksgiving Day feast Rodizio style with turkey carved table side served with all the traditional fixings. The meal also includes unlimited trips to the salad bar, which includes cold cuts, cheeses, salads and sushi

"We decided to celebrate Thanksgiving by putting together the finest seasonal ingredients Via Brasil had to offer in this holiday season," said Adam Gomes, General Manager of Via Brasil Steakhouse "This Home for the Holidays Thanksgiving Special allows us to showcase the high-quality and wide selection of our menu at prices that are palatable in these difficult economic times."

For reservations or more information about the Prix Fixe Dinner Menu, please contact the Las Vegas Brazilian steakhouse at 702-804-1400 or visit

About Via Brasil Steakhouse

Las Vegas Brazilian steakhouse - Via Brasil Steakhouse is an authentic Brazilian steakhouse. With over 18 varieties of meat, beef, chicken, lamb, fish, and pork there is no shortage of options here. The star of the show is the famous Brazilian cut top sirloin, known as “Picanha”. Via Brasil Steakhouse is located at 1225 S. Port Apache Road, Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV. To learn more about Via Brasil Steakhouse in Las Vegas, NV, visit:

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Adam Gomes
Via Brasil Steakhouse
1225 S. Fort Apache Road
Las Vegas, NV

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Press Release Submitted On: November 18, 2009 at 3:31 am
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