Mall dining in Miami just got a little more ethnic, as Dadeland Mall (7535 N. Kendall Dr.) welcomes a Brazilian steakhouse, a fast-casual Thai café and French pastry shop as tenants.
The biggest footprint belongs to Texas de Brazil. The 36th location of the all-you-can-eat meat temple sprawls over 6,000 square feet in Dadeland’s Terrace Dining wing, joining Aoki, Balans, Bobby’s Burger Palace and Earls Kitchen & Bar. Perhaps this one will fare better than the Texas de Brazil that the NY Post just declared to be “the worst steakhouse in NYC.”
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Also new to the mall are a Basil Thai concept in the food court and an outpost of Sarasota-based Le Macaron French Pastries on the second floor, near Balans.