Fogo de Chão, internationally-renowned restaurant from Brazil, has reopened their newly-relocated restaurant in AustinThe new restaurant is located on the corner of 2nd Street and Congress, on the bottom floor of The Austonian, an iconic residential skyscraper and premier retail establishment representing the best that Austin has to offer. 

Designed in partnership with global architecture and design agency Harrison, the new restaurant features two enclosed patios with outdoor seating overlooking Congress Avenue and 2nd Street, plus a mezzanine level outdoor dining area. The new restaurant also features an expansive dining room centered around an open-air churrasco grill where guests can dine while watching gaucho chefs demonstrate the culinary art of churrasco as they butcher, prepare and grill different cuts of protein over an open flame. The new Austin location showcases a white Carrara marble Market Table, dry-aged meat lockers for in-house aging and a lively indoor Bar Fogo area.

Fire-roasted cuts are the core of the Fogo experience and include guest favorites such as Bone-in Ribeye, Lamb Chops and the house specialty, Picanha, the prime part of the top sirloin. Fogo Austin offers a range of menu selections and prices to fit guests’ needs for lunch and dinner. The Full Churrasco Experience includes signature prix-fixe menu selection that includes all premium and classic cuts, plus the fresh and seasonal Market Table & Feijoada Bar and authentic Brazilian side dishes.

Guests can enhance their experience with a dry-aged 32 oz Tomahawk ribeye, a 24 oz Wagyu ribeye, or a 20 oz. Wagyu New York Strip that is carved tableside on a Himalayan salt block to complement the cut’s intense marbling and buttery texture.

Guests can enjoy a Weekday Lunch service which includes the seasonal Market Table & Feijoada Bar, plus family-style service of Brazilian side dishes for $15 per person. Weekend Brazilian Brunch which includes the Full Churrasco Experience combined with Brazilian-inspired brunch items like Braised Beef Rib Hash and made-to-order waffle and omelet stations. Guests may also enjoy All Day Happy Hour with $9 Brazilian-Inspired cocktails, $7 glasses of South American wines and $5 Brazilian Beer, every day, in the dining room, patios and bar.

 

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