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Texas de Brazil Churrascaria

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Texas de Brazil Churrascaria

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Texas de Brazil will switch to composed a la carte options like rice bowls, sandwiches and salads at its New York outlet.

The steak category grew sales by 2.9%, to $11.2 billion, and units by 0.7%, to 2,767.

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Steakhouse chain with a prix-fixe, all-you-can-eat Brazilian-style menu

With about $3.5 billion in sales, fine dining represents less than 5% of the full-service restaurant market, but its sales grew the most at 5.9%.

The chain offers a prix-fixe menu of Brazilian fare with a Texas influence that is carved tableside