Brazilian Independence Day at Latin Grillhouse

By Will Wu, August 29, 2014

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On September 7, 1822, Pedro I declared Brazil an independent country, freeing it from its Portuguese colonial rulers. Since then, September 7 has been celebrated by the country as its Independence Day.

To honor this significant date in Latin American liberation, Latin Grillhouse will hold a carnival party. On September 7, customers who hold Brazilian passports will receive free dinner buffets while other customers will get lunch vouchers after spending RMB297. For the whole month of September, special discounts are available on certain Brazilian drinks.

//3/F, Rongjian Bldg, 29-31 Jianshe Liu Malu Yuexiu Distric t越秀区建设六马路29-31号荣建大厦3楼 (8331 9118); Shop 4A160, 4/F, Grandview Mall, Tianhe Lu, Tianhe District 天河区天河路正佳广场4楼4A160号 (3833 0052)

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