Welcome to Bertolucci Brazilian Steakhouse
Bertolucci Brazilian Steakhouse is an Authentic Brazilian Steakhouse. What exactly does that mean?
It means a menu that is an all-you-can-eat Rodizio. Rodizio is a fixed price meal where waiters bring skewers of meat to the table which is then delicately sliced onto the plate.
We offer several rotisserie grilled meats, seasoned and grilled to perfection. Our grilling process is traditional to the Southern part of Brazil.
An outstanding food with homemade taste and impeccable service. Enjoy!
Discover the best brazilian steakhouse of Las Vegas. Authentic gaucho style Brazilian steakhouse. Great for both private or group dining. At a Brazilian steakhouse, you won’t see a traditional menu. This type of steakhouse is better defined as a churrascaria, essentially a barbecue, and is a carnivore’s nirvana of prix fixe all-you-can-eat meat selections, served tableside in succession. This method of serving, called rodizio, originated in southern Brazil’s Pampa region in the 1800s but has begun to infiltrate the United States much more recently. The rodizio serving style harkens back to the fireside roasts of the Brazilian cowboys, or, gaúchos. Nowadays, these gaúchos make for a highly attentive, customer-focused team. At a churrascaria, they come to the table with knives and skewers with grilled beef (picanha is a signature cut of beef), chicken, pork, lamb, and sometimes seafood, continuously circulating the restaurant. To give an idea of the volume of food, diners are given little discs — usually green on one side, red on the other—to indicate to the gaúchos if selections should keep coming, or if a break is needed from the continuous stream of food. As if that’s not enough, they’ll also bring traditional Brazilian side dishes of polenta, fried bananas, rice, mashed potatoes, and the popular pão de queijo: bread rolls with cheese baked inside.