Much of the world is quickly beginning to eschew fast food. Between the ridiculous calorie counts, lack of flavor, pink slime, animal cruelty issues, and whatever else, many of us are over it.
But we're still busy as hell.
We want healthy food, quickly -- not fast food, if you know what we mean.
Brazilian Kitchen and Grill is opening its newest outpost right next to Victoria Park in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
The fast-casual franchise offers health-conscious fare in a hurry.
Scheduled to open sometime in May, the restaurant will offer locals flavorful Brazilian portion-controlled dishes at affordable price points.
"Our goal is to make Brazilian food a desired taste in America," says U.S. marketing director Maria Huertas. "We start with high-end fresh product and handcraft our dishes with our Brazilian spices, being careful to enhance the original food flavors and not modify them. This is the essence of Brazilian cooking philosophy."