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Villa’s Grill

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One regular calls Villa’s Grill “Texas de Brazil or Fogo de Chao on a government-bailout budget,” which, roughly translated, means a churrascaria-style restaurant with strolling waiters proffering tender slices of beef, pork, sausage, and chicken at friendlier prices. While the cost of a meat feast at the swankier Texas de Brazil and Fogo de Chao hovers at around $40, here an all-you-can-eat meat parade is $16.90 (for dinner). And you can bring your own wine.

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