Via Brasil Steakhouse’s Sunday Brunch Offers Cure for the Common Buffet

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Via Brasil Steakhouse, the Summerlin-area churrascaria serving up traditional Rodizio-style Brazilian dinners for the past six years, offers a brunch menu for those looking to enjoy the weekend edition. Available for $24.99 per person from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays only, the exclusive Brazilian brunch is loaded with options for the entire family.

 

The Sunday brunch includes a selection of eight different meats carved tableside, a buffet with up to 40 different breakfast and brunch items and a chef-manned made-to-order station cooking up eggs, omelets, pancakes and waffles to each guest’s specifications.

 

“It’s important to us that each guest is wowed by our service and selection, and that we are able to provide the memorable experience that they’re looking for,” said Anna Gomes, co-owner of Via Brasil Steakhouse. “We have so many guests who come back to us for brunch and each time, they leave saying it felt like a completely new meal; that is the type of variety we try to offer.”

 

Sunday Brunch at Via Brasil offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a selection of eight different meats that are served as a part of their nightly dinner service. The two dining options include a selection of 15 meats on the Prime Rodizio menu and 21 different meats make up the roster of their Sterling Rodizio service.

 

Also included with brunch at no additional charge are two favorite dishes for frequenters of the Sunday brunch: Via Brasil’s signature Eggs Benedict dishes – the Filet Mignon Eggs Benedict and the Salmon Eggs Benedict – each served on a slice of toast with a poached egg and house Hollandaise sauce.

 

Via Brasil also offers a selection of a la carte beverage options. The restaurant’s famous fresh-squeezed juices, including orange, pineapple, strawberry and mango, are available for $3.99 each. Specialty cocktails, including mimosas (with any of the fresh juice flavors), bellinis, raspberry kir royales, Bloody Marys and the Via Brazil Signature Spritzer – Reisling with St. Germaine elderflower liqueur and soda water with fresh mint, lemon, lime and cucumber – are available for $6.50 each, or served bottomless for $18.

 

Via Brasil Steakhouse Rodizio Brunch – $24.99

 

THE MEATS, CARVED TABLESIDE – Picanha (traditional Brazilian top sirloin), Garlic Steak, Bacon-Wrapped Turkey, Prime Rib, Chicken Drumsticks, Smoked Ham & Grilled Pineapple, Brazilian Pork, Tri-Tip.

 

MADE-TO-ORDER CHEF’S STATION

Eggs any style, omelets with a choice of toppings, waffles with choice of toppings, pancakes with choice of toppings, Via Brasil Signature Filet Mignon Eggs Benedict, Via Brasil Signature Salmon Eggs Benedict.

 

AT THE APPETIZER BAR (including, but not limited to) – Clams, hash browns, bacon, sausage, mussels, risotto, penne & cheese, eggplant, squash, zucchini, Caesar salad, caprese salad, potato salad, mixed spring lettuce, pasta salad, assorted fine cheeses, prosciutto, cured salami, cured ham, Portobello mushrooms, beets, cherry tomatoes, broccoli & cauliflower, olives, beef carpaccio, seafood salad, chicken salad, hearts of palm, bok choy, roasted peppers, corn & black bean salad, artichoke hearts, carrots, fresh fruits, soup.

 

Beyond the vast array of menu items offered weekly at Via Brasil’s Sunday Brunch, hot sides such as mashed potatoes, fried bananas and sautéed spinach are available upon request. Via Brasil’s dessert cart also provides a sweet ending to the hearty brunch, and items such as traditional New York Style Cheesecake, Crème Brulee and Flan, as well as alcohol-infused home-made ice creams, are available for purchase.

 

If anyone needs an additional reason to choose Via Brasil’s Sunday brunch, look no further than the 150-inch projection screen broadcasting Sunday football games in their dining room, or the two 100-inch screens in Via Brasil’s private and semi-private dining rooms. Guests are invited to make reservations for groups as large as 125 people. Of course, the TVs in the bar area display all the in-market football action throughout the season as well.

 

For more information, please visit www.viabrasilsteakhouse.com or call 702.804.1400.

 

 

About Via Brasil Steakhouse:

Via Brasil Steakhouse, located at 1225 S. Ft. Apache Rd., is Las Vegas’ authentic Brazilian steakhouse, offering perfectly grilled meats carved tableside, a fully stocked salad bar, refreshing cocktails and impeccable service. Owned and operated by husband-and-wife team Adam and Anna Gomes, Via Brasil is Summerlin’s top choice for quality fare at an affordable price. The restaurant was voted Best Brazilian in the Best of Las Vegas’ poll in 2010, 2014 and 2015. The restaurant offers two choices of rodizio dinners with choices of either 15 or 21 high-quality meats from picanha and prime rib to salmon and lamb chops. It also serves dishes a la carte.

 

Via Brasil is open daily for dinner from 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and from 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. It serves an all-you-can-eat brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays, with 8 cuts of meat and a variety of breakfast plates available. Happy hour food and drink specials run daily 5 p.m. to close Monday through Thursday, and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

 

In addition to an expansive dining room, the restaurant also has a number of private dining options for parties of 80 up to 350 people—a perfect location for weddings or other special occasions. Via Brasil Steakhouse’s outdoor patio is an elegant space for outdoor dining. For more information about Via Brasil, please call 702-804-1400 or visit viabrasilsteakhouse.com. Follow Via Brasil on Twitter and Instragram and become a fan on Facebook.

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