April 21, 2024
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Fogo de Chao is a Brazilian eating place that was founded in 1979. The first Fogo de Chao restaurant was established in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Many years later, the restaurant then began establishing restaurants in the United States.

As of recent, there are more than 50 Fogo de Chao restaurants across the United States, with further plans to expand. Their hours of operation are from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. in most states. The Brazilian steakhouse always seeks to represent their heritage by serving guests the best Brazilian cuisine. The Brazilian Steakhouse is an all-you-ca- eat style restaurant, which serves a variety of barbecued meats and more. In addition, customers who celebrate their birthdays with Fogo de Chao will be presented with a free dessert of their choice. A list of their desserts includes their popular Papaya Cream, South American Flan, Crème Brûlée, Turtle Cheesecake, and more.

Below is a list of the most up-to-date Fogo de Chao menu prices.

Full Churrasco Experience $55.95
Market Table And Feijoada Bar $29.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass $42.95
Pan Seared Salmon $32.50
Dry Aged Long Bone Ribeye (Group Of 4 Plus) $89.00
Wagyu New York Strip (Group Of 4 Plus) $125.00
Mango Chilean Sea Bass A La Carte $34.95
Cauliflower Steak $31.00
Weekday Lunch
Gaucho Lunch – Market Table Only $15.00
Gaucho Lunch with Grilled Selection $21.00 – $25.00
Cauliflower Steak $16.00
Full Churrasco Experience $38.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass A La Carte $27.95
Weekend Brazilian Branch
Full Churrasco Experience $40.95
Mango Chilean Sea $42.95
Cauliflower Steak $31.00
Market Table $29.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass A La Carte $34.95

About Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao is a chain of full-service fine dining Brazilian steakhouses known as churrascarias. With 29 restaurants in the United States and 9 restaurants in Brazil, the string is certainly on track to become one of the most famous churrascarias in the world. The chain’s name comes from the Brazilian words meaning “fire of ground”, a terms that describes the original technique of roasting cuts of meat over an open fire on the floor.