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Win tickets to the VIP opening of Viva Brazil

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Published on January 19th 2011.

Win tickets to the VIP opening of Viva Brazil

THE final countdown has begun as Viva Brazil gets ready to say a big olá to Liverpool when it opens its doors in Castle Street at the end of this month.

It promises to be no quiet affair. Viva Brazil Churrascaria is all about great food, cocktails, service and atmosphere in the setting of an authentic Brazilian style steakhouse.

Sit back and watch the fun as a troop of passadors (carvers) moves from table to table, offering more than 15 select cuts of beef, lamb, pork, chicken and sausages, all slow roasted over a charcoal barbecue. Enjoy a drink as experienced bartenders mix and serve exciting cocktails at the comfort of your own table.

What better way to launch in the party-city of Liverpool, than with the daddy of all extravaganzas.

Brazilian dancers, live music and a full Samba band will entertain a ticket-only crowd to the opening party on Thursday September 30. There promises to be all the colour and excitement of downtown Rio.

But wait! The great news is that you can be there too.

One lucky Liverpool Confidential reader shall go to the samba ball, with their own guest. They will attend the opening party, receive free drinks all night, food, entertainment from Brazilian dancers, live music and full Samba band. Oh and there's more - dinner for four people when the restaurant opens.

Give a big welcome to Viva Brazil and, in the meantime, enter our competition below to win this terrific prize.

*Viva Brazil opens on September 30, 2010 at 36 Castle Street, Liverpool. L2 OAH. See www.vivabrazilrestaurants.co.uk

To enter please fill in the form below and answer the following question:

What is the official language of Brazil?

a) Esperanto
b) Portuguese
c) Brazilian

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Thank you for your interest, but this competition closed to further entries on January 18th 2011.

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