Texas de Brazil Discount Now Available on the New York Pass

Texas de Brazil Taps Travel and Tourism Industry with
the New York Pass Special Offer Partnership


Restaurant Teams Up With Highly Used Attractions Pass
That Allows Tourists to Save Money While Exploring New York City


Texas de Brazil, the unique Brazilian steakhouse experience, announced today the activation of their newest tourist offering via the New York Pass.  The offer allows pass holders visiting New York City to dine at the restaurant’s New York City location and receive 15% off of dinner and 1 complimentary Caipirinha signature cocktail for those that are 21 and older. The promotion comes with a major push and recent efforts for the East 60th street location to tap in to the New York City travel and tourism market, which NYC & Co’s most recent statistics show as having 54.3 million international and domestic visitors in 2013. The new offer can be found on The New York Pass website at: https://www.newyorkpass.com/En/new-york-tourist-attraction-news/Texas-de-Brazil-Churrascaria/294/, as well as in their annually published The New York Pass guide book. Restrictions on the offer do apply to outlined holidays. In order to redeem the offer, New York Pass holders simply need to show their pass while dining in.


“The New York Pass is legendary for offering a large number of attractions and special offers that are synonymous with the New York City experience,” said Texas de Brazil COO, Salim Asrawi. “Attraction options that range from the Empire State Building, to Madame Tussauds and more. It is an honor to be one of the few restaurants found within their special offers section.  We offer a unique experience, and within such a melting pot as New York City, we are a steak house experience to be reckoned with.”


Texas de Brazil offers an array of superior quality meats prepared in the traditional Brazilian method and carved tableside by the restaurant’s gauchos. The steakhouse’s menu boasts 16 cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausage, a fresh gourmet salad area featuring more than 50 delicious items including imported cheeses, charcuterie, Brazilian black beans, roasted vegetables and creamy lobster bisque, as well as decadent desserts and an award-winning wine list. Guests use red and green cards to indicate when they’d like to sample cuts of meat, and when they need a moment to enjoy their feast. The company currently operates 37 restaurant locations, recently expanding from 33 locations in 2014.



About Texas de Brazil
Texas de Brazil is an authentic Churrascaria, featuring a continuous dining experience that blends together the unique culture of Brazil, with the generous hospitality of Texas. The menu features a wide array of grilled meats, an elaborate salad area, an award-winning wine list and a-la-carte dessert selections. The eatery was founded in 1998 as a family-owned business. Now, Texas de Brazil has numerous domestic and international locations. For more information on Texas De Brazil, please visit http://www.texasdebrazil.com/.


About The New York Pass
The New York Pass is a credit card sized pass with entry to over 80 attractions. Pass has no limit to how many attractions can be visited. It offers admission to many iconic attractions, also rich in themed tours: Food tours, Central Park by bicycle, Gospel, NBC Studio, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street. Can be purchased for 1, 2, 3 or 7days, valid for use on consecutive days.





Top emerging artist, eric ryan jones debuted his newest architectural art series last night at the RAW: Natural Born Artists Activate Installation at Tribeca’s M1-5. Hand-picked from over 500 artist submissions in the tri-state area, Jones was one of the final 15 chosen to display his artwork at the city’s much anticipated show.

“I am thrilled to be working with such a wonderful organization”, says Jones. “RAW has such an incredible reputation for recognizing young talent and helping to grow, nurture and prosper it. I am honored to have been chosen to be a part of such a prestigious showcase.” Featuring six of his most coveted pieces, Mr. Jones’ work reflects his vision of New York City’s most breathtaking architecture, including the Brooklyn Bridge, the Gothic Bridge in Central Park and the Empire State Building.

Inspired by the works of Escher and Dali – coupled with a personal passion for black and white photography – his work has a surrealist undertone in both technique and overall composition. Using his own photography as creative reference; dynamic and exaggerated perspectives are showcased within his work with the use of foreshortening and chiaroscuro techniques. Each piece spotlights a window that accentuates an attribute (i.e. cables, stones, arches) of that particular image in 3D, thus creating an illusionary use of dimension and time. “My composition reflects the structure within the boundaries of steel and stone…framing my subject, rather than bleeding it from edge to edge,” says Jones of his current scope of work.

eric ryan jones’ (erjdesign.com) artwork will be featured in a myriad of shows throughout the year and can be seen in its entirety at his private gallery installation slated for Fall 2012. For more information or to purchase artwork, please visit erjdesign.com or follow him on Twitter @ericryanjones

About eric ryan jones:
One of New York City’s top emerging artistic talents, eric ryan jones has found his niche in charcoal drawings and oil paintings within the photo-realism scope. Born and bred in West Virginia and Maryland, and a Marshall University Alumni, Jones now calls Manhattan his home, creating architectural masterpieces from his Upper West Side art studio.

About RAW:
RAW:natural born artists is an independent arts organization that hand-selects and spotlights independent creatives in visual art, film, fashion, music, hair & makeup artistry, photography, models and performing art. RAW educates, connects and exposes emerging artists in 22 artistic communities nationwide through monthly showcase events.