This Christmas, The Copa Brazilian Churrasco is opening its doors to business organisations, families, and friends in search of a great venue for their celebrations.
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Canberra, Australia (PRWEB) December 11, 2013
The holiday season is just around the corner and so many people are getting ready for all the busy-ness it will bring. Summer in Australia is not only about Christmas (and school being out for the young ones), but it’s also the most popular time of the year for weddings. For these celebrations, restaurants are kept thoroughly busy catering for them, and The Copa Brazilian Churrasco will surely be no different.
Known to Canberra locals for serving delicious authentic Brazilian barbecue and a variety of fresh dishes, the restaurant is also growing in demand as a venue for all sorts of events, including parties and even weddings. Most people find the colourful and strong tropical ambience the ideal setting for fun events. This Christmas, The Copa Brazilian Churrasco is opening its doors to business organisations, families, and friends in search of a great venue for their celebrations. The restaurant promises the lively, carnival feel of Brazil and, of course, the amazingly fresh flavours of Brazilian cuisine to its customers.
But those who are already in party mode do not really have to wait for Christmas to celebrate at the restaurant because the place has weekly specials that never fail to meet the standards of the biggest party-goers. Wednesday nights are fun and exciting with Capoiera performers and the Battacuda Drummers; Friday nights, on the other hand, are perfect for dancing because of the presence of the Glamourosas Samba Dancers. Meanwhile, Saturday nights provide the “Carnival” experience with all three groups of performers present for a loaded night of entertainment.
On top of these, there are special budget-friendly offers; from Thursday to Sunday, customers can get a bucket of five Palma Loucas for only $20 and everybody can still get the 3L beertube for $49.
The Copa Brazilian Churrasco has already earned rave reviews from diners; many particularly like the laidback dining experience and how the aroma of smoking and roasting meat just revs up the appetite. The “All You Can Eat” fare is definitely a draw as well; it’s just $39 per person for adults and $19 per person under the age of twelve – diners can enjoy different types of meat prepared in traditional Brazilian fashion. The top picks are Porculeiro (pork neck on Parmesan crumb), Medalhão (chicken thigh fillet wrapped in bacon), and Picanha (beef cuts that come in spicy, garlicky, and herby varieties). There’s a nice selection of desserts as well and they’re just for $9.
As for the drinks, customers delight in the extensive selection of the restaurant – from concoctions made by the restaurant like the Sangria, vodkas, vodka-infused drinks, rums, gins, tequilas, and even non-alcoholic choices for younger customers, The Copa has them all.
So for those who are looking forward to celebrating Brazilian-style for Christmas or are interested in a festival-like ambience and spread for a wedding, The Copa Brazilian Churrasco is surely worth paying a visit to and booking for such events; the restaurant is located along Woolley Street in Canberra. To learn more about its other offers, visit http://www.thecopa.com.au.