With its all-you-can-eat menu, strolling gauchos slicing more than a dozen grilled meats tableside, plus a stellar salad bar, Fogo not only represents great value, but also offers many cuts of meats and flavors not otherwise found in local eateries, from whole leg of lamb and to fire-kissed aged rib eye. Prix fixe.
Type: Latin American, Steak
Features: Kid-friendly, Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Notable, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible
Meals: Dinner, Lunch
Neighborhood(s): Downtown Minneapolis, Minneapolis
From Fogo de Chão
Make a reservation.
DINNER – $30
Fresh seasonal salads, rare and exotic vegetables, imported cheeses, and cured meats. Visit as often as you like.
BREAD AND SIDE DISHES
Pão de queijo (Brazilian cheese bread), caramelized bananas, crispy polenta and seasonal side dishes served throughout the meal.
Continuous service of fire-roasted meats carved and served tableside. Enjoy a variety of meats. Choices include...
Picanha – Prime part of the top sirloin, our most popular cut. Also served flavored with garlic.
Alcatra – Very tender top sirloin, full of flavor.
Fraldinha – Cut from the bottom sirloin, and seasoned with sea salt.
Cordeiro – Fresh and tender leg of lamb, sliced from the bone.
Linguiça – Robust pork sausage.
Costela de Porco – Tender pork ribs seasoned and cooked to perfection.
Lombo – Tender filets of pork loin encrusted with parmesan cheese.
Frango – Tender chicken breasts wrapped in bacon, and chicken legs.
Choice of New York cheesecake, key lime pie or chocolate mousse cake.
*Beverages, tax and gratuity are not included.
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From Fogo de Chão
Fogo de Chão is an authentic Brazilian Steakhouse (Churrascaria) that has been setting the standard in Brazil for the past 35 years. Your experience begins with the gourmet Market Table consisting of seasonal salads, fresh-cut vegetables, cured meats, smoked salmon and imported cheeses. The menu includes delectable cuts of fire-roasted meats, such as sizzling steaks, lamb, chicken and pork, served by Brazilian-trained gaucho chefs that prepare and cook and carve the meats tableside. A new lighter seafood option is available, as well. To complement the main dishes, enjoy a variety of traditional Brazilian side dishes, such as the world famous pão de queijo (warm cheese bread), served tableside. To enhance the dining experience, patrons can select from an extensive, award-winning wine list or signature Brazilian cocktails.