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Espetus Churrascaria - San Francisco

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1686 Market St San Francisco CA 94102
Phone
(415) 552-8792
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Toll Free
(877) 504-1494
Fax
(415) 552-8793

Business Hours

Status: Closes in 51 minutes

Sunday
12:00pm-3:00pm, 4:00pm-9:00pm
Monday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Tuesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Wednesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Thursday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-10:00pm
Friday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm
Saturday
12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm

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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...

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Espetus Churrascaria Restaurant Review

Meat-lovers rejoice at Espetus, a traditional churrascaria complete with the continual parade of meats on giant skewers throughout the dining room, and little red and green wheels that signal bring it on or please stop. Lively Brazilian music, pleasant lighting and a friendly staff warm the narrow space. Diners are invited to visit the salad bar, with all of the starchy sides and superfluous...

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"Unapologetic" carnivores with "endless appetites" "fast during the day" then "wear big clothes" to these "vibrant" Brazilian churrascarias offering a "bountiful" buffet of salads and sides, and, of course, "savory, tender" "meat, meat and more meat" served right off the skewer; the staff keeps the "beautifully prepared" cuts coming "until you beg for mercy", adding up to a "costly but...

A vegetarian’s worst nightmare: an authentic Brazilian steakhouse. Nothing says dinnertime like meat on a stick. Men wielding large knives roam churrascaria-style around the restaurant with skewers of sizzling beef, pork, chicken or lamb, then slice it up tableside. Don’t fill up on that trip to the salad bar. Atkins-friendly, but you know when to say when. Don’t you? Another round of...

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All-you-can-eat Brazilian barbecue plus a noisy, fun setting equals a culinary adventure.

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With lilting Brazilian music, a server walking around with a big carving knife, and giant skewers of fire-cooked meat, diners are in for something different at this authentic...

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The food here was excellent! I was greeted by a sensational hostess named Amelia who was very accommodating until my dinner date arrived. Cyrus , a manager made sure that we had a great experience throughout. The meat was very tender and mouthwatering. I never had Brazilian food before, I love it by coming here. If you love beef, it is a must come to spot.

Amazing! Simply amazing! A great spot for lunch with friends or dinner, I always walk out stuffed and satisfied. 5 stars in my book

I would definitely recommend this experience to anyone. I gave it 4 out of 5 stars because it is a bit pricey.

The food was good. The service was a -1*. They are very judgemental on what your eating, and how much your eating, I'm a slender type of girl but I felt it to be rude for the servers to make...

Disclaimer: I'm an Argentine griller meat snob

With that said, hello. And welcome to my honest review of this establishment.

Like every good yelper, the first thing that i did when I got there,...

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To comply with the Bay Area Shelter in Place mandate, our restaurants will be closed from March 17 until April 7, or until further notice.

To inquire about booking an event after April 7, please fill out a group dining inquiry form at espetus.com

Thank you and stay healthy!

Experience the authentic flavors of Brazil, at Espetus Churrascaria, the Bay Area's first Rodizio ("continuous...

Experience the authentic flavors of Brazil, at Espetus Churrascaria, the Bay Area's first authentic Brazilian Rodizio ("continuous service") style restaurant. Our Brazilian Gaucho Chefs slowly roast the highest quality cuts of beef, lamb, chicken, and pork over an open flame and serve them right at your tableside. Our prix fixe menu is offered on an "all-you-can-eat" system, including a...

Espetus Churrascaria is a Brazilian steakhouse. This restaurant began in 2003, as an homage to the Brazilian cowboys who would cook each night by roasting meat over an open flame. Today, this form of dining has evolved to a totally unique culinary experience. Guests at Espetus are seated with a red and green painted wood block on the center of the table. If the diners are hungry, they place the...

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...

Churrasco (shoo – ras – ko) has been a culinary tradition for more than three centuries in Rio Grande do Sul (Southern Brazil). In the olden days, “Gauchos” (Southern Brazilian Cowboys) pierced large pieces of meat and slowly roasted them over open flamed pits, while talking about their adventures on the plains. At Espetus Churrascaria, we have kept the Gaucho tradition alive. Prime cuts of...

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Those in the know have their little tongs in hand when the meat approaches; use them to grab the luscious slices as they're carved right in front of you.

When to Go

To experience the magic of the meat without paying full price, visit at lunch on a weekday.

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