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Oklahoma City has become a great destination for foodies, offering a diverse selection of restaurants with unique flavors and different cultural influences. More restaurants are seeking diverse sources of inspiration, and ethnic flavors, allowing adventurous consumers the opportunity to try new flavors and ingredients.

Guests are more educated today than ever in worldly flavors and ingredients, explains Chef/ Proprietor Ana Paixao Davis from Café do Brasil. Diners want diverse taste experiences, they want food to be authentic, adapting dishes to fit menu creativity, while maintaining their authenticity.

The food of Brazil is an interesting mix of cultures that have come together to create the modern Brazilian food culture. The original indigenous people of Brazil, the Portuguese, and the African slaves, brought by the Portuguese, have all had a part in creating this cuisine.

Brazilian food is an exuberant, colorful mix of Portuguese, African and native foods, including some from the Amazon. The Brazilian barbecue churrasco originated in the south of Brazil with the gauchos, or cowboys, who prized a cut of meat from the top of the beef rump called picanha, which is rolled in sea salt and sometimes garlic, and cooked rotisserie-style over charcoal on long skewers.

Café do Brasil has been bringing all these flavors and ingredients to OKC, for over 13 years. Café do Brasil has been the home of many cultures, and represents Brazil’s melting pot of colours, languages and customs. Chef Davis presents a dynamic and exciting menu including options for vegetarian, vegans and gluten free guests.

Located in the heart of Midtown, in a white Mission-style building that dates back to the 1930s, Café do Brasil is known for its bright yellow walls, tall ceiling, loudness, and Brazilian artifacts hanging on the walls. The restaurant has a large dining room that can seat large parties as well as a smaller intimate area for smaller groups.

Café do Brasil is located in the Midtown District at 440 NW 11th. For more information and reservations call 405-525-9779 or visit


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