Rodizio is a decidedly vegetarian-unfriendly Brazilian tradition: an all-you-can-eat feast of meats cooked over an open flame. At this Girard Avenue restaurant and nightclub, chefs deliver the grilled goods on skewers hot from the barbecue, slicing the meats directly onto your plate. In addition to traditional cuts of beef, Samba offers charcoal-smoked chicken, quail, pork, lamb, veal and shrimp. The price also includes the salad bar, and a samba spot on the large dance floor.
Although I've never eaten at SAMBA NIGHT CLUB, I had one of the worst experiences of my life while at one of their events.I was literally ,thrown down the steps by one of their bouncers in attempt to find one of my friends who I lost in the club during the "let out".No one was concerned about my wellbeing whether I had sustained injury or anything, instead they FALSELY accused me of assulting the individual.This place has no dignity or professionality when it comes to their costumers. Posted by Tozlynn: May. May 3rd, 2010 at 2:00 AM