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Brazilian BBQ in Plymouth?

Biggie Oct 28, 2006 01:14 PM

I remember reading about this on here a few months ago, a Brazilain BBQ on Route 3A in Plymouth - are they still open, and is the quality still good?

Does anyone know the price?

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  1. Bri RE: Biggie Oct 29, 2006 11:30 AM

    Being a somewhat newcomer to New England, please forgive the stupid question, but where is Plymouth? What state? I only ask because I love churrascurias and travel between MA, VT and NH and was wondering if Plymouth was in NH or MA? I'm pretty sure its not in VT.

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      Biggie RE: Biggie Oct 29, 2006 10:41 PM

      There is both a Plymouth, NH & Plymouth, MA

      The one I'm referring too is in Mass - largest city in the state, located the East coast right before the Cape.

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        trufflehound RE: Biggie Oct 30, 2006 12:27 AM

        Larger than Boston, Worcester or Springfield?

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          Biggie RE: trufflehound Oct 30, 2006 02:14 PM

          by land, not by population

      2. Bri RE: Biggie Oct 29, 2006 11:21 PM

        Ah, I see. A little too for of a drive for me since I work primarily in Western Mass, Western NH and all of VT. Thanks for the info though!

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          butter_chicken RE: Biggie Jan 6, 2007 01:19 AM

          Glad to report that the BBQ, Casa Brasil, is very much open and pretty good. The buffet was a fairly good spread (and happily without the weird sushi so common at these places). I loved the black beans and grilled chicken in particular. And there were endless rounds of grilled meat (rodizio?) carved and served at the table.

          I was so full from the sirloin, steak and chicken that I couldn't bring myself to try some of the stuff some chowhounders have recommended - chicken hearts, rabbit etc. I was OK with the somewhat salty meats but I know some others get put off by that, so watch out. And at the end was a whole grilled pineapple, carved on our table, which was just delicious. Great meal and such wonderful value (I think it came to roughly 15 bucks a head WITH a generous tip!)

          Service was excellent but they don't have a liquor license which was a disappointment (was looking forward to some caipirinha!) but I'm sure they're working on that one.

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