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This BLACK FRIDAY receive $15 OFF* with a min. of 2 Regular Unlimited Adult Dinners purchase & up to 8 guests per table/check. 🤩

Valid on 11/26/21 for dinner only. Space is limited - RSVP your table today. Call (224) 353-6315 or book online at 👈

*This promotion cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts & cannot be used for the a la carte lunch/dinner. Promo is not valid for vegetarian & kid’s meals, alcoholic drinks, or any beverages, desserts, tax, or gratuity. No cash value. Dine-in only. Other conditions may apply.

Please show this offer to your server prior to ordering and consider tipping him/her on your full bill amount. Thank you! 😊

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Brazil Express Grill was featured on the Brazilian Times Magazine for their work promoting the "Inclusion of All"

As seen on CBS National News

Brazil Express Grill's owner interview about the Covid-19 Pandemic and shut-down of restaurants.

"Thank you CBS National News for featuring us on today's news. We are going above and beyond, following all requirements to protect the health and safety of our customers, employees, and family.

As a small business, we need our patrons' support more than ever to make sure we will overcome these challenges and remain open in the future."

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Ana Santos-Vitelo, was one of 26 successful Latina women who participated in the writing of the first book "Today's Inspired Latina". The idea came to life through the vision of Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz, owner of one of the most prominent Marketing companies in the Chicagoland area "JJR Marketing Consultants".


The book was made in hopes of inspiring young Latinas and women, in general, to pursue their dreams and not give up even when the fight seems tough. 

With outstanding response to the first book, the "Today's Inspired Latina" movement has launched several other books and creating a huge networking group of more than 100 successful Latina women entrepreneurs. "Today's Inspired Latinas" movement continues to grow, encouraging many women to tear down the barriers and go where they have never been before.