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Popular Brazilian Steakhouse Marks Continued Expansion with Ninth Los Angeles Metro Location


In the face of a tough time for restaurants, some are defying the odds. A famous Brazilian steakhouse chain stands out, growing at an admirable 15% yearly.

This brand is about to spice up the Los Angeles dining scene with its ninth location. The upcoming opening in Thousand Oaks this year promises not just economic benefit, but also a distinctive, vibrant style of eating out.

Let's take a look at the details of the Fogo de Chão steakhouse oepning in Los Angeles.

How will the new Fogo de Chão stand out?

Photo byFogo de Chao website
  • A strategic location at The Lakes at Thousand Oaks, replacing former tenant P.F. Chang's.
  • Innovative design from architecture and design agency Innovation & Design in Architecture.
  • Multiple social gathering spaces, including a dining room, outdoor patio, and bar.
  • Specialty features include dry-aged meat lockers for in-house aging and an open-air churrasco grill.

What does Fogo de Chão's expansion mean for Los Angeles?

The Thousand Oaks location is the latest addition to Fogo de Chão's growing presence in Los Angeles.

This follows their recent opening in Woodland Hills and precedes planned openings in Huntington Beach and Brea later this year.

With establishments already thriving in downtown L.A., Beverly Hills, Irvine, El Segundo, and Pasadena, Fogo de Chão's expansion underscores their commitment to delivering an authentic Brazilian dining experience to diverse communities across Los Angeles.

What is Brazilian Churrasco?

Churrasco is a traditional Brazilian cooking method that roasts high-quality meats over an open fire. Fogo de Chão embraces this technique, transforming it into a unique dining journey for patrons.

The Market Table and Feijoada Bar feature fresh salads, soup, vegetables, and imported deli meats. But the show's real star is the churrasco – simply spiced, freshly cut, and fire-roasted meats served directly at your table by their gaucho chefs. In addition to the churrasco, guests can indulge in dry-aged or superior Wagyu cuts, seafood, and signature cocktails.

This celebration of Brazilian culinary traditions sets Fogo de Chão apart.

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