Next month, Brazilian steakhouse 12 Cuts will open its doors in the space formerly occupied by yet another shuttered churrascaria.
Signage is up on the space at 18010 Dallas Parkway, formerly home to ritzy Brazilian steakhouse Rafain, which closed its doors back in April. It joins the crowded scene of Brazilian steak-focused spots in North Dallas and Addison, including outposts of major chains Fogo de Chao and Texas de Brazil.
Much like its predecessor, 12 Cuts will serve Brazilian-style cuts of Prime beef, a bountiful salad bar packed with organic veggies, and cocktails to wash down the endless parade of meats. Menu details have not been made available just yet, but Eater has reached out for more insight into what will be on offer.
12 Cuts Steakhouse is set to make its debut sometime in August. Stay tuned for an official opening date and more details on this forthcoming steakhouse’s menu.