Rodeio make not have the class of A Figueira Rubaiyat, but it is cooler—and the steaks are of a similarly lofty order. Besides, the rustic decor only adds to its charm.
A favorite for family dinners and Sunday lunch with friends, this restaurant attracts all ages and income brackets: after all, it serves some of the best meat around (and the bar is raised pretty high in ranch-filled Brazil).
Rodeio’s most famous dishes include Picanha (sliced rump steak), which is grilled quite literally right in front of your eyes, and the not-to-be-missed crunchy rice extravaganza Arroz Rodeio. Top it all off with a whiskey at the bar and you’ll barely be able to toddle back home.