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The founders of Fogo de Chão grew up on a traditional Southern Brazilian farm in the Serra Gaúcha. It is here that they learned to cook in the churrasco grilling tradition that would become the backbone of our story. The founding brothers left the quaint, mountainous countryside of Rio Grande do Sul to Rio and […]
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Brazil is known for superior service in the hospitality industry – restaurants tend to have more people on staff than in other parts of the world.
Gauchos are known as traditional cowboys born and raised in regions across Southern Brazil where they formed a culture and way of life that is truly unique.
The art of Brazilian churrasco is a tradition derived by gauchos from Southern Brazil dating back to the early 17th century.
There are many intricacies of Brazilian culinary etiquette. To learn more about these different dining standards and tips to make the most of your Brazilian experience read our tips.