The dress for Fogo de Ch��o is casual. No dress code is enforced, but the attire expected at individual locations may vary. Fogo de Ch��o is a fixed-price restaurant, with one cost for "all you can eat." The price is different for dinner and lunch, and it can increase if dessert or alcohol is added to a meal.Continue Reading
As of October 2014, cities in the United States with a Fogo de Ch��o location include Portland, San Jose, Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, San Diego, Scottsdale, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Rosemont, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
Fogo de Ch��o is known for featuring many different types of meat, and this meat is cooked the gaucho way, over an open fire pit. The restaurant also offers Brazilian-style drinks. The first Fogo de Ch��o restaurant opened in 1979 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Fogo de Ch��o expanded to the United States in 1997, with the first U.S. location opening in Dallas. Fogo de Ch��o was founded by brothers born in Rio Grande do Sul. They began their careers as waiters and moved up to assistant churrasqueiros, and then to churrasqueiro chef positions.Learn more about Dress Codes