Destiny USA

Texas De Brazil to Bring New Location to Destiny USA
Syracuse, NY-Central New Yorkers can now get a taste of authentic Brazilian-American cuisine at the new Churrascaria (steakhouse) Texas De Brazil coming to Destiny USA.

Texas De Brazil combines the delicious flavors of Brazilian cooking with southern Texas hospitality to create a unique dining experience for everyone. Their seasonal salad area features up to 50 food items spanning appetizers, gourmet vegetables, soup and salads. Your dining experience does not end there, however. Turn your table’s place card over and prepare to be surrounded by carvers ready to serve you with various cuts of Brazilian sausage, beef, pork, lamb or chicken.

Salah Izzedin, president and chief executive officer of Texas de Brazil, said, “This is an excellent location for Texas de Brazil and we are pleased to be associated with Destiny USA and their thriving retail shopping center.”

In house wine connoisseurs will serve you the perfect pairing for your meal and traditionally baked cheese bread is served warm at your table. The perfect meal is only complete after a delectable dessert and after-dinner drink like warm espresso.

“Texas De Brazil provides a fine dining experience with a unique atmosphere and distinctive flavors,” said David Aitken. “The concept really rounds out the offering in the 1st floor Canyon area, allowing visitors to choose from a wide variety of dining experiences.”

Family or friends can enjoy this one of a kind experience. Children 2 years or younger are free, senior citizens enjoy 10% off their meal and active military members or veterans receive a 15% discount with an ID.

This will be Texas De Brazil’s 1st location in Upstate New York. The company owns and operates 24 restaurants in the United States and internationally. It will build its 3rd New York location at Destiny USA’s Pyramid owned counterpart Crossgates Mall in Albany, NY later this year.

Texas De Brazil will be located on the first floor and occupy 8,000 square feet

Wednesday, August 1, 2012