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Be Adventurous! Share Authentic Brazilian
Flavors at your Easter Sunday Celebration
Enjoy Lunch or Dinner at Fogo de Chão with the Whole Family
On Easter Sunday, April 20, Fogo de ChãoBrazilian Steakhouse will offer a lively and elegant dining alternative – a Brazilian twist on Easter brunch. Fogo restaurants nationwide will be celebrating Easter Sunday with Brazilian flair, where guests choose from an abundant variety of deliciously prepared Brazilian meats grilled churrasco-style, seasonal salads, and side dishes that will please adults and children alike.
The Easter Sunday menu will feature the restaurant’s extensive variety of delectable, fire-roasted meats that are specially carved to each guest’s preference. Diners can enjoy selections such as the house specialty picanha sirloin, filet mignon, ribeye, lamb chops, chicken wrapped in bacon, and pork ribs, to name a few, or try the newly-introduced lighter seafood selection. Additionally, Fogo offers a gourmet salad and sides bar with an abundance of choices, and Southern Brazilian side dishes such as pão de queijo (warm cheese bread), crispy hot polenta, and caramelized bananas are served family style. A tempting dessert menu, creative and classic cocktails, and an award-winning wine list complement the dining experience. Families are invited to take advantage of special children’s pricing.
WHO: Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse guests and their families
WHAT: Family Easter Celebration
WHERE: Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse
For U.S. locations and hours visit www.fogo.com
WHEN: Sunday, April 20, 2014
COST: Easter Lunch and Dinner prices vary by location, see website (fogo.com)
Children six years of age and under enjoy complimentary dining for the prix fixe churrasco menu, and children seven to 12 years of age dine at half price.
About Fogo de Chão
Fogo de Chão® Churrascaria - Brazilian Steakhouse was founded in 1979 in Porto Alegre, Brazil and expanded into the U.S. in 1997. There are currently 32 locations throughout Brazil and the United States, with the recent openings in New York City, San Jose, and the Jardins neighborhood of São Paulo. Further development is planned for Portland, Oregon in 2014. Fogo.com.
Check out “The Gaucho Way”, a documentary-style video that is shot through the eyes of real Fogo de Chão Brazilian gauchos and explores the restaurant’s deep cultural roots in Southern Brazil (http://bit.ly/1iYiUlW).
Celebrate Easter Sunday and experience The Gaucho Way of Preparing Meat™.
Fogo de Chão’s gaucho chefs use churrasco-style cooking techniques passed down through generations in Southern Brazil
The new 8 oz. Mango Chilean Sea Bass is a filet served with a fresh mango relish, and makes for a lighter fare option to enjoy at Fogo de Chão.