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New Restaurant Opens Downtown

(CINCINNATI) -- There's another new hotspot opening in downtown Cincinnati.

Boi Na Braza is a Brazilian steakhouse featuring 15 different mouth watering cuts of beef, pork, chicken and lamb, which are served by Brazilian chefs.

Boi Na Braza is located in the Carew Tower and officially opens to the public today.

Cincinnati is the restaurant's second location in the country. The other one is in Dallas. 

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