If all-you-can-eat dining experiences make you think of breakfast buffets in Vegas, you might be hesitant to pay $69 for one in Hell’s Kitchen. But replace lukewarm pancakes with glistening ribeyes and bacon-wrapped filet mignon, and you’ll change your tune. For proof, head to Churrascaria Plataforma. Opt for the rodizio (all-you-can-eat), and the barrage of grilled meats will continue as long as you leave your coaster green-side-up. You’ll also have access to the salad and feijoada bars inside the stadium-sized restaurant, but make sure to save space for a couple rounds of the leg of lamb before you flip your coaster red-side-up. It’s salty and juicy, yet charred and incredibly gamey, and it’s the best thing here.
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From bakeries to steakhouses, here’s where you’ll find the best Brazilian food in NYC.
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Bocca di Bacco
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Berimbau Brazilian Kitchen
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Santo Bruklin is a casual Brazilian spot in Carroll Gardens with a nice backyard and some of the best pão de queijo in NYC.
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RH Rooftop Restaurant
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