Brazilian Day Welcomes Mijana Restaurant!
Brazilian Day Arizona Festival is happy to welcome our good friends, neighbor's and long time community supporters, MIJANA! Mijana's will be joining the festivities serving up some of the best Lebanese food you've ever had! From the grill, to the salads, sides and drinks, Mijana is a fan favorite year after year at Brazilian Day! Mijana has been a staple in the valley for many years, and home to a number of great live Lebanese music bands, dancers, and special guest's at their restaurant in Tempe! "Mijana is the poetry verses in the beginning of the Lebanese songs to inspire love, devotion, morals and values". MIjana's menu provides a wide choice of cold and hot mezza accompanied by a variety of grilled lamb, beef (filet mignon), chicken, seafood and vegetable kabobs. Visit Mijana's in Tempe at 1290 N. Scottsdale Rd., Tempe, AZ or visit www.MijanaOnline.com
History of “Brazilebanese”
Lebanese food and culture at Brazilian Day go hand in hand! While you may be scratching your head thinking huh? Lebanese culture has widely impacted Brazilian communities, food, music, and culture for more than 200 years! There is actually more than 7 million Lebanese-Brazilians living in Brazil, that's nearly 2x the number of Lebanese in Lebanon! Lebanese culture has influenced many aspects of Brazil's culture. In big towns across Brazil it is easy to find restaurants of Lebanese food, and dishes, such as sfiha ("esfiha"), hummus, kibbeh ("quibe"), tahina, tabbouleh ("tabule") and halwa are very well known among Brazilians. Lebanese-Brazilians are well-integrated into Brazilian society.
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