Meat lovers have purpose to rejoice.
Fogo de Chão, a steakhouse chain lots of find out for birthdays or other special instances most effective celebrated by the gluttonous usage of prime cuts of beef, signed a lease for a new locale in the Oak Brook Commons in the Western Chicago suburbs.
The internationally renowned steakhouse, in which Brazilian cowboys slice unlimited cuts of steak with swords, programs to open up its fourth Chicagoland area by the stop of 2021 at 22nd Street and String Road in Oak Park. It will be aspect of a $500 million enhancement that contains various places to eat, high-close retail, luxury apartments, workplaces and a community park.
“Fogo has grown more than the previous 40 many years from a few spots in Brazil to more than 50 all-around the planet. We attribute our global advancement to the distinctive expertise we give our visitors beyond a classic restaurant setting,” explained Barry McGowan, CEO of Fogo de Chão. “We look forward to bringing our abilities in butchery and Brazilian hospitality to the community of Oak Brook in 2021.”
The churrasco steakhouse will function natural wood, remarkable chandeliers, a vaulted ceiling, soaring wine conditions, dry-aged meat cupboards for in-property growing old. The bar has craft cocktails, quality whiskeys and luxurious leather coaches.
The chain also operates places in River North, Rosemont and Naperville, in which it serves Wagyu and dry-aged steaks, as properly as South American wines.
It will be found up coming to the 2 million-sq.-foot Oak Brook Middle, which attributes a foodstuff corridor, hotels, offices and a 16-display screen motion picture theater.
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