Mini-Reunion at the Minas Grill
Many of my family were raised in Brazil. So it is no wonder we enjoy Brazilian food and good company. And where better to find this rare combination than at the Minas Grill in Marietta Georgia.
Since some of my family, at least in the Eastern portion of the US, were gathering to see the great total eclipse of the sun, naturally we needed a place to enjoy each other and reacquaint ourselves with Portuguese, the language of that great nation. We decided to unite at the Minas Grill for their breakfast buffet.
The breakfast consisted of many pastries, some wieners in tomato sauce, scrambled and fried eggs, cheese, ham, fruit juices, and a few other items. The favorite among the pastries was by far the cheese bread (pão de
I have spent much time with my older brother in my 68 years, and yet there are still some missing threads to our stories. I was recounting how the last total eclipse I saw was
I’ve interspersed some pictures of the Minas Grill throughout this post. This is a multi-purpose store. It houses a small grocery store, several services for Brazilians, and the restaurant. Although the breakfast wasn’t that memorable, you really need to try their lunch buffet. It is really fantastic. There are many meats and, of course, rice and beans. They also serve feijoada, a favorite black bean dish served throughout the nation. Check out the recipe here.