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Authentic Southern Brazilian steakhouse, Fogo de Chão will be spicing things up in Las Vegas. The tourist attraction known for its extravagant hotels and exceptional dining experience will be adding another hotspot to its list. Fogo de Chão already has seven locations in Brazil and will open their doors in Sin City early November. The restaurant is known for its old traditional fire pit roasts.

Cobalt blue embarks the building’s tile tower with an open open flame rotisserie, a signature design element that is distinctive at Fogo restaurants. The walls will be dressed with large vibrant murals depicting scenes of the gaucho culture and lifestyle. A glass enclosed wine cellar and black walnut wine rack showcases the award-winning selection of wines.

Fogo de Chão guests can expect a culinary journey that will offer samples of more than 15 savory cuts of meat, 30 item salad bar and an array of traditional Brazilian sides. One of the most highly coveted meats served is the house specialty picanha, a prime cut of first class sirloin seasoned with sea salt or garlic and roasted slowly to create a pleasurable tasting experience. If your not a beef lover, the restaurant is also known for its gourmet salad and sides bar featuring more than 30 items such as smoked salmon, sun-dried tomatoes, hearts of palm, tabbouleh salad, jumbo asparagus, cured meats, artisan breads and imported cheeses.

Drinks on the menu feature authentic Brazilian beverages like The Caipirinha, made from cachaça, a distinctly Brazilian liquor as well as an award-winning wine list that includes more than 200 labels. To satisfy your sweet tooth, Fogo de Chão’s decadent dessert menu includes the signature Papaya Cream, made with fresh papaya, vanilla ice cream and Crème de Cassis liqueur as well as South American Flan, Crème Brule, Turtle Cheesecake, Molten Chocolate Cake and Key Lime Pie.

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