Known for giving guests the thrill of the grill, Bushfire Flame Grill Restaurant has taken it to the next level by delivering the thrill of Brazil every Friday in February for Carnival at Bushfire, where the colourful culture of this captivating country is evident.
The venue was packed with guests as bronzed (and incredibly toned) samba dancers Arianna Proia and Juria Honda sashayed between tables to the strum of a guitar, double bass and conga.
“You become addicted to samba, the music the dancing and of course the outfits, which we get shipped from Brazil,” dancer Arianna Proia said. “They are more expensive but they are much better quality and it is pretty cool to say we are wearing authentic Brazilian samba outfits.”
Pacific Hotel general manager Gregor Davie said he especially loved the “expressive interaction between the guests and the live Latino musicians”.
“The whole team are excited to see this event brought to life, we are all very passionate about the food, dance, music and culture of Brazil,” he said.
Jackson Woodrow summed it up: “Good food and sexy girls… What more could you want?”