When I think about Fogo de Chão, the Brazilian steakhouse, I think about it's reputation as a meat lovers destination. With almost a dozen skewers of lamb, beef, pork and chicken being carried through the dining room, my previous visit to Fogo de Chão resulted in a "meat coma", borderlining the "meat sweats". But, rest assured, if you are looking for a "lighter" experience or perhaps you are not in the mood for an intense meat-filled meal, you can still enjoy the flavors of Fogo de Chão at their Happy Hour.
Happy Hour, offered Monday through Friday from 4:30-6:30pm, not only offers Brazilian-inspired small plates but also at a special price! Check out what's available:
Warm Hearts of Palm and Spinach Dip - Served with crispy toasts, it's a creamy, filling dish that is great to share with friends.
If you like meat, then Fogo de Chao might just be paradise. Originally from Brazil, there are now 27 restaurants in the United States with the newest location open in downtown Los Angeles. Located at 8th at Figueroa, the it took over the space that was formerly Roy's. It is a vast open space but after a meal here, you might feel like you need all that room to roll yourself out the door.
Stop at the bar for a drink before heading to your table and get in the Brazilian mood with a fresh and tart Caipirinha.