Culture & Cuisine
A Night at Chima Brazilian Steakhouse!
Located at 1901 JFK Boulevard, Chima Brazilian Steakhouse offers a serene dining experience with a touch of exclusivity. Named after chimarrao, a traditional drink of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, that symbolizes hospitality and friendship, Chima certainly lives up to its name. Legend has it, in South Brazil traditional gauchos (cowboys) would consume a diet that consisted almost entirely of beef. The meat was seasoned, placed on skewers, and slow cooked over a wood burning flame. Historically, gauchos were known for their generosity and hospitality.
Our evening of Culture & Cuisine will run from 6:30 to 8:30pm, as we gather in one of Chima's private rooms to enjoy:
- Brazilian buffet serving appetizers
- Carving station serving unlimited top sirloin and filet
- Two drink vouchers per person
- A variety of culture-oriented entertainment, including a brief film presentation and live musical performance by Brazilian ensemble Minas
- A Chef Gaucho in the room to speak and hold a question and answer session on the general history and evolution of the gaucho, along with information on how Churrasco style meat is prepared and gauchos are trained
- Raffle: two winners will be invited to book a Bar Mixer at Chima for up to 20 guests - a $250 value!
Tickets are only $35 per person - walk-in registrations welcome!
Valet Parking available: $18 (located in front of the restaurant)
Self-park available at Kennedy House Central Parking Garage (entrance: 54 North 19th St.): $6 when you validate your ticket at Chima.