Today’s Groupon Calgary Daily Deal of the Day: Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse: $275 for Lunch or $333 for Dinner Cooking Class for Four or $569 for Eight (Up to 40% Off)
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Discount Up to 40% Off
Choose from Four Options:
- C$275 for a three-hour lunch cookery class for four (C$396 value)
- C$499 for a three-hour lunch cookery class for eight (C$792 value)
- C$333 for a four-hour dinner cookery class for four (C$476 value)
- C$569 for a four-hour dinner cookery class for eight (C$952 value)
During these hands-on classes, students help a professional chef cook a three-course meal, all while sampling food and wine.
This is a limited 3-day only sale that will expire at midnight on Wednesday, July 27, 2016.
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In a Nutshell
Interactive Brazilian cooking classes feature full instruction, recipes packs, wine tastings, food sampling, and a three-course meal
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Lunch classes 10am – 1pm $99 for group classes Pampa runs open lunch classes on a first come serve basis the first & last Saturday of the month. All classes run from 10am -1pm with a 3-course lunch. Dinner Classes 6pm -10pm $119 for group classes. Pampa runs open dinner classes on a first come serve basis the first & last Wednesday of the month. All classes run from 6pm -10pm with a 3-course dinner. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse
521 10 Avenue Southwest
Calgary, AB T2R 0A7
Calgary Herald’s review of Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse is titled “The More the Meatier.” One look at the menu and you’ll see why—dinner service features serves 11 meats, including lamb, chicken, pork, and beef varieties. But there’s more to the Beltline restaurant than skewers of barbecued protein. Read on to learn more about the Brazilian steakhouse below:
Co-owner and chef Joao Dachery was born and raised in the Pampas, the Prairie region of Brazil where Brazilian barbecue was born. Surprisingly, however, he began his career as a business owner. Fortunately, he discovered his passion for his native land’s succulent cuisine, attended culinary school, and joined Oscar Lopez to open Pampa. The rest is history.
The Scoop on All Those Meats
Pampa’s dinner menu features a whopping six different kinds of beef, all coming from different parts of the steer with varying levels of tenderness, flavor, and texture. Among them, there’s the ultra tender filet mignon, which cooks wrap with juicy pieces of sizzling bacon, as well as the much leaner and chewier bottom sirloin. And that’s just the beef—there’s also two different pork options, two chicken options, and a marinated leg of lamb.
Rodizio dining is viewed as a lengthy, casual affair, with each meat serving as a different course. With that in mind, guests can pair their skewers with any of Pampa’s 1,700 bottles of carefully selected wine. If that number is a bit overwhelming, check out these pairing suggestions:
The tannins of Chile’s Concha Y Toro Don Melchor cabernet sauvignon perfectly compliment slices of the marinated lamb legs.
Dr. Pauly Bergweiler riesling’s acidity helps balance the richness of Pampa’s flavorful pork sausage.
Osoyoos Larose Le Grand Vin, a robust, Bordeaux-inspired blend from the Okanagan Valley, goes exceptionally well with the AAA top sirloin.
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