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All the meat you can eat at a Brazilian steakfest



ortuguese is now the second most widely spoken language in Massachusetts. Enjoy the saboroso culinary style of your Brazilian neighbors at the Midwest Grill Brazilian barbecue. Owner Joao Pinto invented the stainless-steel barbecue cavern with rotating spits that let the fat drip off so that by the time a waiter comes around with a churrasco-style skewer, all that’s left is thick, juicy meat, seasoned and braised. The best part about this hidden treasure? It’s an all-you-can-eat buffet! Divon



Massachusetts has the largest number of Brazilian-owned businesses of any state in America.