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Rodizio Grill to Open Its First Location in McAllen, TX

MCALLEN, TX -- (Marketwired) -- 07/25/14 -- Rodizio Grill, America's First Brazilian Steakhouse, is opening its second location in Texas and its first in the McAllen border city. Rodizio Grill is a popular Brazilian Steakhouse destination restaurant that has seen great success in the cities in which it's located.

"The Rodizio Grill McAllen location is one that we are greatly looking forward to opening," stated David Knighton, Rodizio Grill's VP of Development. "We are excited to bring the people of McAllen its first Brazilian Steakhouse and are confident this location will see great success."

Rodizio Grill is America's First Brazilian Steakhouse, originating in Colorado in 1995. Founder Ivan Utrera brought this popular Brazilian concept, along with cherished family recipes, from his hometown of São Paulo, Brazil. Today, Rodizio Grill is a beloved and bustling restaurant that has won many prestigious Best of State awards in the Mountain West where it has prominently operated for the past 17 years.

Rodizio Grill's menu features three-foot meat skewers, perfectly seasoned and carved tableside by Brazilian Gauchos. Unlimited appetizers, over 30 gourmet salads and a wide variety of homemade desserts make for an unforgettable dining experience. Guests can indulge in Brazilian favorites like Pao de Queijo (Cheese Bread), Couve (Sautéed Collard Greens and Bacon), Picanha (Top Sirloin) and Pudim de Leite, a delicious creamy Brazilian Caramel Flan, just to name a few. Everything at Rodizio Grill is made fresh every day, adding to the authenticity of the establishment.

Rodizio Grill McAllen is owned and operated by Jesus Cavazos, Fernando Solloa and Pablo Kuri. All three owners are season restaurateurs that wanted to bring something new to the McAllen community.

"The McAllen location is the first location that we have built from the ground-up," stated Utrera. "This provided us the opportunity to truly showcase the body and soul of Rodizio Grill. The result is this beautiful restaurant that we are excited to introduce to the public."

Rodizio Grill McAllen is located in the 83 Citrus Grove Plaza on the Expressway 83 and will open July 28, 2014. For more information, visit

Rodizio Grill is the first authentic Brazilian style steakhouse in the U.S. It was established in 1995. Its all-inclusive menu offers unlimited appetizers, over 30 gourmet salads, and over 15 rotisserie grilled meats and grilled items, served tableside by Brazilian Gauchos. More information can be found by calling 801-567-0500 or visiting

Rodizio Grill Contact:
Aymara Jimenez
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