Texas de Brazil has a happy hour every weeknight with drink specials starting at $3.
The happy hour is good from 4:30 to 6 pm Mondays through Fridays at most locations. Choices on the Texas de Brazil happy hour menu as of October 2019 include:
- $3 – Domestic Beers
- $5 – Glasses of TdB Private Label Wine
- $5 – Caipirinhas & Well-Cocktails
- $7 – Martinis
Texas de Brazil offers a 20% discount on dinner and lunch prices as their way of saying “Thank You” to heroes in the community. The discount is valid for military for service members, EMS, and teachers.
This offer is valid with a badge or ID for military members/veterans, law enforcement, firefighters, nurses, EMS & teachers. This offer cannot be combined with other offers or white Texas de Brazil gift cards and is valid for up to 4 people per table/reservation.
* Valid at Texas de Brazil locations in the continental US, and is NOT valid on holidays (New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day, Easter Sunday, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve).
For more military discounts at all your favorite restaurants, read our Restaurant Military Discounts story here.
Texas de Brazil Email Coupon
Get a Texas de Brazil coupon for $20 off when you sign up for their email club.
CLICK HERE to enroll in the email club. You’ll receive a Texas de Brazil coupon for $20 off two dinners. You will also get gifts in your inbox on birthdays, anniversaries and for other special offers throughout the year.
*Special offers including welcome message, birthday offer and anniversary offer vary by domestic and international locations. Offers are not valid on restaurant holidays or for use outside of chosen domestic or chosen international location of preference, unless otherwise stated in the restrictions. Please allow up to 48 hours to receive welcome offer when joining the E-club.
About Texas de Brazil (from Wikipedia)
Texas de Brazil is a family owned churrascaria (Brazilian steakhouse) restaurant chain with about 60 locations. It debuted October 13, 1998 in Addison, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. The restaurant is a Brazilian-American “churrascaria” or steakhouse that combines the cuisines of southern Brazil with Texan style meats. Customers turn a piece of paper green side up to get meat, or red side up to no longer receive meat.
The meats at this restaurant consist of roasted and seasoned cuts of beef, pork, lamb, chicken and Brazilian sausage. The meats are cooked over an open flame grill, a technique which comes from southern Brazil, where gauchos dressed as cowboys bring meats individually to tables.