Fogo De Chao Menu & Prices

Fogo de Chao is famous for the wide range of roasted meats on its menu. These include steaks, lamb, bacon-wrapped chicken, and chicken legs, and more which are served with a range of sauces depending on the diner’s request.

Being a Brazilian eating place, its first location was established in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Some years later, the restaurant then began establishing restaurants in the United States.

The restaurant offers a variety of barbecued meats and more. In addition, there is a free dessert presented to customers who celebrate their birthdays with Fogo de Chao which includes their popular Papaya Cream, South American Flan, Crème Brûlée, etc.

This post will show you an up-to-date Fogo de Chao menu list as well as the prices. Also, note that their hours of operation are from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. in most states.

Dinner

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 Brunch

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

Dinner

*All Entrees Include Side Dishes (MON-FRI 5:30 PM – 11:00 PM.)

Full Churrasco Experience – Includes Market Table & Feijoada Bar (Dinner)  $64.95
Market Table & Feijoada Bar  $29.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass – Includes Market Table & Feijoada Bar $48.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass à la carte (Dinner Price) $39.95

Weekend. Brunch

*All Entrees Include Side Dishes.(SAT-SUN 11:30 PM – 2:00 PM.)

Full Churrasco Experience – Includes Market Table (Brunch) $44.95
Market Table & Feijoada Bar (Brunch) $26.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass – Includes Market Table & Feijoada Bar (Brunch) $48.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass à la carte (Brunch) $39.95
Brunch Beverage Bar Caipirinhas $9.00
Passion Fruit Mimosas $9.00
Fogo Bloody Mary’s $9.00

Dinner

*All Entrees Include Side Dishes. (SAT 2:00 PM – 11:00 PM. | SUN 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM.) 

Full Churrasco Experience – Includes Market Table & Feijoada Bar $64.95
Market Table & Feijoada Bar (Weekend) $29.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass – Includes Market Table & Feijoada Bar (Weekend) $48.95
Mango Chilean Sea Bass à la carte (Dinner Cost) $39.95

Kids

*MON-FRI 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Brazilian Bites $4.00
Brazilian Beers $4.00
South American Wines $6.00
Brazilian Inspired Cocktails $8.00

*Children of 6 yrs below are complimentary. Children 7 to 12 are half price (Happy Hour)

We like that even though the atmosphere in the restaurant is usually busy and upscale, it does not feel overwhelmingly crowded. In most of its locations, Fogo de Chao usually has plenty of attendants who make sure all your requests are fulfilled.

So you don’t have to necessarily always resort to placing an order online because the queue is always long but fast. If you are a meat lover, Fogo de Chao is an ideal place for you because its menu offers practically all sorts of meats ranging from beef to pork, chicken, lamb, and even seafood.

And the best part is that all of them are of high quality and incredible taste, making it stand out among some of its competitors.

Fogo de Chao FAQs

What is the difference between lunch and dinner at Fogo de Chao?

The same menu and meat selection are offered at both lunch and dinner, however, lunch is offered for a special price (apart from holidays). Apart from the price, there is no big difference between lunch and dinner at Fogo de Chao. The 16 different cuts of meat Fogo has for lunch and dinner.

Can you take food home from Fogo de Chao?

No, you can’t take food out of the restaurant. In other words, you can not take food home from Fogo de Chao.

How do they cook the meat at Fogo de Chao?

At Fogo de Chao, they butcher their own meat they cook with live fire and then serve it on large skewers tableside.  This pretty much explains why chefs at Fogo de Chao undergo a year of training as a result of these responsibilities.

Fogo de Chao’s most popular cuts are served by the most experienced chefs, which allows their Chefs to maintain the spirit of learning the art of churrasco grilling. How impressive.

What does the market table mean at Fogo de Chao?

At Fogo de Chao restaurant, the market table consists of fresh seasonal salads, imported cheeses, smoked salmon, cured meats, exotic vegetables, seasonal soup, fresh orange and farofa, Fogo feijoada (traditional black bean stew with sausage) served with rice and more.

What are the servers called at Fogo de Chao?

Servers at Fogo de Chao restaurant are called gauchos. The servers move around the restaurant with skewers of meat hot off the grill. Once you signal them using form of a green and red sign on your table, the gauchos approach your table to slice the meat for you.

How does pricing work at Fogo de Chao?

The prices at Fogo de Chão are fixed for adults, half price for children who are 7 to 12 years old, and then free for children under 7 years of age. For adults, the prices are between $34 and $52 depending on the time of the day.

Finally…

Now that you have seen the complete Fogo de Chao menu prices, we recommended trying some of their iconic dishes like the ribeye, filet mignon, prime sirloin, and lamb chops, especially if it is your first time eating there. Fogo de Chao restaurant has professional and attentive staff who, from their look and service, enjoy working in the restaurant.

As mentioned earlier, the meats served at Fogo de Chao are surely the main attraction making it the perfect hub for meat lovers. However, when you are on a healthy diet plan, we advise that you be mindful of the calories, fats, and sodium content of these meat varieties served.

Emmanuel

Emmanuel Ashe is a New York-based writer, editor, and consultant. He holds a master's degree from Columbia University and a bachelor's degree from Kenyon College.

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