Eating all the meats @ Copacabana

Now, it goes without saying I like steak. Dude, this is body by steak, bro!!!! So, when I found this funky Brazilian steakhouse that was serving up all the meat you could eat for two hours, I knew I wanted to eat all of it. And with about 20 different kinds of steak, chicken and seafood on the menu, I pretty much checked all of them off the list. (The only thing I didn’t see was sausage, son!)

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We start off with some top sirloin, sliced right off the spit! Careful with that knife, bro!!!!

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Next up, we’ve got filet mignon wrapped in bacon. You can’t go wrong with beef wrapped in bacon!

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Next up, we’ve got some parmesan steak. Can you tell I like steak?

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And now for some New York striploin. And I didn’t even hafta ride the subway to get it!

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And now, time for something completely different. We’re talking Slamma Jamma Lamba, son!!!!

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In Brazil, they call this picanha. In Flavourtown, we call it magically delicious! Oh, and there’s some grilled pineapple on the side, so I can say I had one serving of fruit.

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You know what’s even better than top sirloin? Garlic sirloin, bro!!!

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And now, here’s something I didn’t even see on the menu. When they were coming around with a container of beef ribs, you know I had to grab some!

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But you know, they don’t just do beef at this joint. Here’s a little dish I like to call Moroccan Chicken:

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I saw the shrimp, and it opened up my mouth, I saw the shrimp…

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Now, how do you make prime rib even better? Just add aged cheddar!

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And now we’re heading south of the border for some funkalicious chimichurri steak:

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Now, I completely forgot to take a picture of the flank steak before I shoved it straight down my piehole. My bad, bro! But maybe it’s time to switch to chicken. Here’s the cilantro lime edition:

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And how’s about a drumstick?

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They just called this one “spicy chicken.” I couldn’t tell you what kind of spice–at this point, I can’t even taste my feelings:

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Two hours and 16 meats (plus one pineapple) later, and we’re outta here. But man, if I could just get a sword of the cheddar prime rib to go, that would be great, bro!

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