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Fogo de Chão Debuts New Fall Seasonal Menu

With the fall harvest upon us, leading Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão has announced a new seasonal menu that features Market Table additions, unique craft cocktails and an updated wine list with expanded selections from South America.

The new offerings from Fogo de Chão highlight the rich traditions of centuries-old Brazilian culture and cuisine while integrating the flavors of the fall that complement the steakhouse’s variety of fire-roasted meats, like the popular Brazilian picanha, tender lamb chops, and filet mignon. Additionally, Fogo de Chão has unveiled a new wine list that prominently features some of the best varietals from unique and emerging South American wineries and vineyards.

Fogo de Chão fall menu additions include:

Roasted Butternut Squash Salad – Butternut squash, a winter staple in Brazil, is roasted with cinnamon and honey and then tossed with cranberries and feta for a uniquely autumnal Market Table salad.

Fogo de Chao Butternut Squash Salad

Pear & Endive Salad – Fresh, seasonal pears join julienned purple endive, crumbled bleu cheese and candied bacon with pear vinaigrette to round out this seasonally-inspired salad.

Fogo de Chao Pear and Endive Salad

Butternut & Sweet Potato Soup – Creamy roasted butternut squash is blended with sweet potatoes and winter spices in a soup tailor-made to accompany any chilly fall evening.

Fogo de Chao Butternut Squash Soup

Blackberry Azedo (Portuguese for “sour”) – Fresh blackberries are muddled with mint and shaken with Hendrick’s Gin, Crème de Cassis (black currant liqueur), and a house-made lime sour.


Whisky Jam Sour – A fresh take on the classic whiskey sour, Fogo’s version includes premium Monkey Shoulder Blended Scotch Whisky shaken with raspberry jam, orange bitters, and a house-made lemon sour.  

Whisky Jam Sour at Fogo de Chao

A new wine list that features more than 55 South American labels – from Malbec vintages sourced from renowned Argentinian producers to rich Cabernet Sauvignons from the Chilean valleys – each hand-selected to perfectly complement the numerous Brazilian specialties only found at Fogo de Chão.

All Fogo de Chão restaurants have at least one Certified Level One Sommelier by the Court of Master Sommeliers on staff. Additionally, the Fogo de Chão wine list has received the Wine Spectator “Award of Excellence,” which recognizes elite establishments that feature a well-chosen assortment of quality wine offerings, along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style.

We visited the Center City Philadelphia location twice recently to experience the “Full Churrasco Experience,” Market Table, and the new cocktails. Without a doubt, a visit to Fogo de Chão is a real treat. We LOVED everything and the new cocktails are simply wonderful. The restaurant is located at 1337 Chestnut Street. We highly recommend that you experience it at least once in your life.

They are also taking part in Center City Restaurant Week, September 11-16 and September 18-23, dinner only $35 per person, but you must mention Restaurant Week when making your reservation. Click here for menu and more information about Center City Restaurant Week at Fogo de Chao in Philadelphia.

Fogo de Chão was also the first restaurant to open in the new King of Prussia Town Center last month.

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