Fogo de Chão debuts fancy new store in Irving with dry-aging locker
Fogo de Chão, the Brazilian steakhouse chain, opens its new Irving location today. Located at 3080 Ranch Trail, on the corner of Ranch Trail and LBJ Freeway. It’s the fourth Dallas-Fort Worth area location for Fogo de Chão. The Brazil-based chain opened its first US location in Addison 26 years ago.
Fogo de Chão is known for its churrascuria-style dining, where guests can enjoy a variety of fire-roasted meats carved tableside by Brazilian-trained gaucho chefs.
Fogo de Chão CEO Barry McGowan said: “Since opening our first US restaurant in, the Dallas community has warmly welcomed our brand and our authentic dining experience.
North Irving restaurant showcases Fogo’s recent brand transformation. The restaurant features an expansive dining room centered around an open-air churrasco grill, offering guests a view of gaucho chefs butchering, hand carving, and grilling high-quality cuts of protein over an open flame. A white Carrera marble Market Table anchors the front of the grill featuring seasonal salads, fresh superfoods, cured meats, antipasti and more. A dry-aging meat locker for in-house aging display prime cuts such as a 32 oz. Long-Bone Tomahawk Ribeye.