Brazil is actually famous for its meats, although Argentina takes the prize for the best tasting meat.
But Brazilian steakhouses specialize in rodizio where meats are placed on skewers and cooked - usually just with sea salt - the way the old-style Brazilian cowboys (yes, other countries have cowboys) - gauchaos - used to do it.
Myrtle Beach has a few of these - Rioz, Gauchaos. They are terrific if you love meat and, while the price seems steep, they are all-you-can-eat culinary experiences.
I, for one, will definitely go to the new place. There are also differences on the kinds of meat cuts served at 'traditional' vs. Brazilian steakhouses.
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