, the chef behind Sinha, grew up with the smells and tastes of her godmother's culinary alchemy. Living in America, she yearned for the tastes of her homeland Brazil and began experimenting, relying on her sense memory to guide her way.
Now, every Sunday afternoon from 2-6 p.m., she opens up her home to the public for a Brazilian-style brunch featuring feijoada, the national dish of Brazil, an amalgamation of rice, black beans and rich, smoky pork. She's the Brazilian grandmother you never had, preparing rich family meals for the masses.
The brunch is BYOB. To sign up, call (312) 491-8200 or visit its website.