Miami Art Week needs no introduction. From December 1 through 6, nearly every hotel, restaurant, public space, and hole-in-the-wall will transform into a gallery or on-the-spot installation.
Brazilian Fire is bringing traditional Brazilian churrascaria to the inaugural Basel Wine & Food Festival on December 5. Brazilian Fire will serve authentic Brazilian picanhas (top sirloin), linguiça (Brazilian sausage), and chicken, all cooked over natural wood charcoal. Other traditional Brazilian foods, desserts, and drinks will also be available for purchase.
Spending a couple hundred dollars for an all-you-can-eat Brazilian steakhouse experience is no longer de rigueur. Brazilian Fire, a South Florida-born food truck, offers a rodizio-style meal that includes meat slow-cooked over all-natural wood coals in a kitchen-on-wheels about the size of a bedroom.
"Most food trucks offer a new spin on fast foods such as burgers, sandwiches, and tacos or they focus on trendy food types such as vegan and organic," Carlos Silva says, Brazilian Fire's grill master. "We just decided to serve steak. And we serve the same quality meat that you would find in a fine dining establishment but in a truck."