Espetus Brazilian Steak House San Francisco


Authentic Brazilian Steak House • The Art Of Grilling Meets The Art Of Eating The First Brazilian Steak House In The Bay THE BRAZILIAN STEAK HOUSE EXPERIENCE At Espetus, we offer 12 to 14 cuts of perfectly seasoned meats available nightly and for weekend lunch*, along with our blazed pineapple. Each cut is slowly roasted for succulent taste and texture. The unlimited prix fixe menu includes an assortment of Brazilian-inspired salads, featuring traditional side dishes. Vegetarian selections are also available. Desserts and beverages are served à la carte. *7 cuts of meats served during weekday lunch. The Art of Grilling comes to the Bay Area. It began in the 1700’s. Brazilian cowboys, called gauchos, roamed the fertile southern Pampas, herding cattle. At night, the nomadic gauchos gathered to roast meat over an open fire pit of mesquite, sharing tasty grilled meat and stories of the day’s adventures. From these simple campside feasts, the origin of today’s churrasco style of cuisine was born. Espetus opened its first location in San Francisco Hayes Valley, in the Fall of 2003. Bringing then to the Bay Area the first authentic Brazilian Steak House, soon becoming a renowned destination. Gaucho chefs slowly grill choice cuts of skewered rotisserie meats over open flame to capture the authentic flavor and texture of each distinctive cut. A parade of meats is continuously offered and carved tableside by Gaucho Chefs, evoking the fireside meals of the open plains. The Rodizio, which means continuous tableside service, continues until each guest is fully content. With locations in San Francisco and San Mateo, Espetus Brazilian Steakhouse offers an elegant ambiance and a welcoming atmosphere. You will be transported to Brazil with a true Churrascaria experience of 14 signature cuts of meat roasted over a mesquite grill. This is served alongside a variety of fresh seasonal salads and hot dishes that reflect the bounty of Brazilian cuisine. Join us at Espetus Brazilian Steakhouse for an amazing time and the authentic taste of Southern Brazilian Churrasco. Show Your Pride, Let Us Know You Found Us Through Pink Spots Gay & Lesbian (LGBTQ) Friendly Restaurant & Brazilian Steak House


San Francisco | 415-552-8792
1686 Market Street
San Francisco, California 94102

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San Mateo | 650-342-8700
710 South B Street
San Mateo, California 94401

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LUNCH Monday - Friday: 11:30am-2:30pm Sat & Sun: 12:00pm-3:00pm DINNER Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm-10:00pm Fri-Sat: 5:00pm-11:00pm Sunday: 3:00PM-9:00PM


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Hans S
SF, Ca

My bf and I have been here numerous times. And yes, you must LOVE meat to go here. But they do have other selections, shrimp and a couple chicken options. My bf loves the roasted pineapple. Even though this place is all about the meat, my favorite is the sides/salad bar. Just a unique selection that I wouldn’t find anywhere else, and always super tasty. We have always had A+ service. This is a great place for a fun night out on a date or to bring out of towners. They have a lot of unique drinks too, I usually just have the sangria, which is good but not out of this world. I know some people think it’s pricey, but I think it’s worth it, without drinks it averages about $50-$60 per person, but you can eat as much as you like. I recommend trying it if you haven’t been there, it’s a really fun experience.

October 2017

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Mikee T
San francisco

We had a amazing night at this place. Thanks. The food was amazing, the salad bar everything taste fresh and delicious, the salad bar presentation was beautiful. Most of the servers were pleasant friendly and polite, you get lots of servers here, as they bring different knds of meat directly to your table fresh off the grill, including pineapple and shrimp. We had a perfect time. Just had to wait quite a bit to get seated, everything else was perfect.

April 2017

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