Pampas Las Vegas Brazilian Steakhouse

Meat on a sword and at your table, Brazilian food at its best in Las Vegas.

Pampas Brazilian Grille inside the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas! Go there if you want to eat meat and are very hungry!

If you’re not familiar with Brazilian grill/rodizio/churrascaria, here’s how it works; servers bearing Zorro proportioned skewers bring the meats primarily beef, but chicken, sausage and other meats as well to the table, where the server and the customer work together to get it from the skewer to the plate. At Pampas, the server begins to cut the meat from the skewer and tells the customer when to grab it with the little pair of tongs that’s part of each place setting. And so, you eat. And wait for the next skewer bearing server to come by. And the next and the next and the next until you’ve eaten your fill. There are, after all, a lot of meat-eaters in Las Vegas among its tourists, and Pampas does meat just right.

The casual-dining restaurant features a well-rounded wine list. A cocktail list includes caipirinha, a traditional Brazilian beverage served with tapioca, cacheeca, lime and sangria, made with red or white crème de Bordeaux and fresh fruit. The delicious meat offerings, great salad and side bar, paired with the casual-dining environment and simple, rustic décor is why Pampas should be a must visit on your vacation “to do” list.


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  1. Bob Horster, September 5, 2015 2:28 am business - Pampas Las Vegas Brazilian Steakhouse
    5/5

    Great deal and great food at Planet Hollywood! We had the deal coupon, 20$ all we can drink for 1 hour. Scotch was Awesome.. wine too!

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