Brazilian steakhouse carves new space in Lone Tree

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Posted 11/13/18

Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão is set to open its second greater Denver area location. The multi-story restaurant at 8419 Park Meadows Center Drive in Lone Tree will open Nov. 23 with two fully …

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Brazilian steakhouse carves new space in Lone Tree

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Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão is set to open its second greater Denver area location.

The multi-story restaurant at 8419 Park Meadows Center Drive in Lone Tree will open Nov. 23 with two fully functioning levels, each equippd with its own churrasco grill, Market Table, bar and outdoor patio.

Fogo specializes in the Southern Brazilian cooking technique of churrasco, roasting high-quality cuts of meats over an open flame, with a service model known as “espeto corrido” — Portuguese for "continuous service".

With construction nearing completion in the Vistas at Park Meadows mall, Fogo continues to assemble its staff, including Ron Staffieri, general manager, and Roberto De Moura, head gaucho chef. The restaurant is expected to bring 95 positions to the Denver job market.

“Fogo de Chão in LoDo has been part of downtown Denver's backdrop for almost 10 years,” Staffieri said in a news release. “It is with that history in mind we decided to explore a future in south Denver. It has been a ripe area for development, and we believe our authentic Southern Brazilian culture and cuisine will be a great fit. Our guests can expect to receive the same experience here in Lone Tree that they would at any of our locations in Brazil.”

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