Just in time for the World Cup acting taking place in Brazil, Fort Worth gets a taste of Brazil with the opening of Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse on Monday, June 23. The 6.600 square-foot steakhouse is located in Fort Worth’s West 7th Street District at 2932 Crockett St. in the spot formerly occupied by Patrizio’s Restaurant.
Karlo Solyom is the area manager for Rafain Brazilian Steakhouse. Rafain features three courses of unlimited food at fixed pricing ($31-$50). Dining includes a 50-plus-item gourmet soup, salad, cheese and antipasto bar, chefs that come to your table offering skewers of 17 different prime cuts of meats and an extensive dessert bar. In addition to all the meat offerings, there is a separate menu for vegetarians.
The dessert bar features Brazilian flan, coconut flan, passion fruit mousse topped with chocolate cream, chocolate cake, cheesecake and key lime pie. The Fort Worth location will feature a large, private dining room for parties, banquets, receptions and business meetings, an outdoor patio with a separate, individually priced menu and a full-service bar.