Copacabana grill catering menu



Literally means “little thigh”. This popular South American food is a delicious treat consisting of corn dough filled with minced chicken and other herbs and spices.


These Brazilian style empanadas are mouth watering. Try ham and cheese, seasoned ground beef or corn for vegetarian palates.

Pao de Quiejo

These delicious, piping hot cheese rolls are a staple snack in Brazil and a great accompaniment for any dish.

Caprese Skewers

This new take on a traditional Caprese Salad brings you the full flavor of the original in a bite size portion.


Greek Salad

This Mediterranean classic is one of the most heart healthy options on our menu. The salad consists of diced cucumbers, garden fresh tomatoes, yellow bell peppers, kalamata olives and feta cheese. Try vinegar and oil for full flavor.

Caesar Salad

Crisp Romaine lettuce topped with a genuine Caesar dressing using real anchovies and served with parmesan cheese and toasted croutons.

Fresh Garden Salad

When in season (June – September), the green thumbs at Copacabana Grill Catering bring you the finest salad in the in all Colorado! Wholesome, home grown ingredients are plucked fresh from our gardens straight to your table!

Main Course:


You’ll recognize this traditional Brazilian cut of meat as one of, if not your favorite cut of meat from Brazilian steakhouses. Rump cap is sprinkled with salt and seared to perfection over a red hot rotisserie grill.

Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breast

You haven’t had chicken until you’ve tried our lean chicken breast marinated in our signature special sauce then wrapped in bacon and cooked to perfection on a skewer. Juicy and flavorful would be an understatment!

Linguca Sausage

Anyone can throw a few sausages on the grill but in order to fully appreciate their natural flavor, you’ve got to put them on a spit and let the red hot charcoal do the rest. Rotisserie cooking locks in juicy goodness that normally dissipates over the course of normal barbecuing. Why not try sausage the way it was intended to be eaten?


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