With winter dragging along, it’s tempting to dream of a warm getaway to the tropics of South America…but why bother with booking a flight when you can enjoy the best of Brazil – the food! – right down the street?
Carmine’s Brazilian Grill recently pushed back it’s original opening date from March 1st, but don’t worry, it’s only a two-week delay. Just when you’re feeling sick of frigid “spring showers”, March 14th will roll around and spice up the season.
The new restaurant, brought to the region by chef Carmine Sprio, is a fixed-price model that takes after the South American churrascaria tradition.
Carnivores delight – churrasco menus consist of a large variety of meats – red, white, pork, you name it – which are grilled on skewers and carved right in front of your eyes.
This patch of warmth will flare up on the first two floors of 4 Sheridan Ave, at the site of the former Skyline Lounge.
The second floor will be made into a banquet room for large events, and the upper stories will be used as apartment space.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday the 14th – starting then, Carmine’s will be open for lunch and dinner M-F, and dinner alone on Saturday.
With Boca Bistro opening in Saratoga, there seems to be a swing of Spanish heat spreading through the Capital Region. Are we sick of winter, or do you think it’s a lasting trend? Tell us your thoughts!
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