Texas de Brazil (texasdebrazil.com) has announced its Omaha location will open October 10 at 1110 Capitol Ave. in the downtown Capitol District. Texas de Brazil is a churrascaria, or Brazilian steakhouse, that features several cuts of flame-grilled beef, lamb, pork, chicken and Brazilian sausage as well as an extravagant salad area with a wide array of seasonal chef-crafted items. The Dallas-based restaurant chain has more than 50 locations worldwide.

Texas de Brazil began with a dream in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Enjoying the rancher’s life and feasting in the rodizio style native to the region, one partner had visions of bringing churrasco culture north to the United States. He wanted to share this unique way of dining where guests indulge in a parade of meats and extravagant seasonal salad area.

The experience at Texas de Brazil is unique. They slow-roast meats over open flames and present an impressive display of seasonal greens, vegetable dishes, and regional delicacies. The succulent meats are brought to each group’s table and carved in a show of skill and festive offering. Each table is given a card with a red and green side. Turn your card to green when you’re ready to eat, and turn your card to red to take a break.

For more information about the menu, reserving a table, or ordering to-go meals, go to texasdebrazil.com or call (402) 783-8777.