Fogo de Chão is a Brazilian steakhouse that specializes in all-you-can-eat meat carved right at your table. From its signature picanha steak to medalhões com bacon (bacon-wrapped steak), Fogo de Chão has an extensive menu that honors traditional Brazilian-style cooking with its flavors and techniques, like the use of the churrasqueira grill.
Yes! Fogo de Chão has gift cards available in physical format as well as digital e-gift cards. Plastic gift cards are sold in denominations ranging from $25 to $2,000, while e-gift cards are sold in denominations ranging from $25 to $500.
You can get Fogo de Chão gift cards in-store at Fogo de Chão locations and online on the Fogo de Chão website.
There’s no official restaurant dress code, so you can wear whatever you want. That being said, the restaurant website says that most patrons choose to dress business casual.
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No, you cannot reload Fogo de Chão gift cards.
Fogo de Chão might be able to replace your lost, stolen, or damaged gift card if you provide the original receipt.
No, you don’t need a reservation to eat at Fogo de Chão, but it is recommended that you make one, especially if you have a large party or if it’s a weekend or holiday. You can make your reservation online or over the phone.
Fogo de Chão has a salad and vegetable bar called the Market Table. And yes, you can choose the “Market Table Only” option, which included unlimited servings of your favorite sides, vegetables, and salad toppings.
The founders of Fogo de Chão were brothers who were born and raised on a traditional farm in the Serra Gaúcha of southern Brazil. They were later formally trained in churrasqueira grilling, prompting them to open their own restaurant in the Porto Alegre countryside in 1979. It quickly gained popularity with businessmen, politicians, and celebrities, leading to the opening of a second location in 1987. Fogo de Chão came to the United States in 1997, making its stateside debut in Dallas. It now has locations across the United States and Brazil, as well as one restaurant in Mexico.