Meat lovers have cause to rejoice.
Fogo de Chão, a steakhouse chain many search out for birthdays or different particular events greatest celebrated by the gluttonous consumption of prime cuts of beef, signed a lease for a brand new location within the Oak Brook Commons within the Western Chicago suburbs.
The internationally famend steakhouse, wherein Brazilian cowboys slice infinite cuts of steak with swords, plans to open its fourth Chicagoland location by the top of 2021 at twenty second Avenue and String Street in Oak Park. Will probably be a part of a $500 million improvement that features a number of eating places, high-end retail, luxurious flats, places of work and a public park.
“Fogo has grown over the past 40 years from just a few areas in Brazil to greater than 50 around the globe. We attribute our worldwide development to the distinctive expertise we provide our company past a standard restaurant setting,” stated Barry McGowan, CEO of Fogo de Chão. “We look ahead to bringing our experience in butchery and Brazilian hospitality to the group of Oak Brook in 2021.”
The churrasco steakhouse will function pure wooden, dramatic chandeliers, a vaulted ceiling, hovering wine circumstances, dry-aged meat cupboards for in-house growing older. The bar has craft cocktails, premium whiskeys and splendid leather-based coaches.
The chain additionally operates areas in River North, Rosemont and Naperville, the place it serves Wagyu and dry-aged steaks, in addition to South American wines.
Will probably be positioned subsequent to the two million-square-foot Oak Brook Heart, which contains a meals corridor, lodges, places of work and a 16-screen movie show.
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