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  • The Gaucho Way

    Churrascarias are the Brazilian equivalent of a steakhouse, based on the traditions of the Brazilian cowboy or gaucho. What was once a tradition popular in southern Brazilian cattle country is expanding globally. Fogo de Chao, which has a restaurant on the Country Club Plaza, shares an interview of a gaucho talking about his way of life.

Churrascarias are the Brazilian equivalent of a steakhouse, based on the traditions of the Brazilian cowboy or gaucho. What was once a tradition popular in southern Brazilian cattle country is expanding globally. Fogo de Chao, which has a restaurant on the Country Club Plaza, shares an interview of a gaucho talking about his way of life.
Churrascarias are the Brazilian equivalent of a steakhouse, based on the traditions of the Brazilian cowboy or gaucho. What was once a tradition popular in southern Brazilian cattle country is expanding globally. Fogo de Chao, which has a restaurant on the Country Club Plaza, shares an interview of a gaucho talking about his way of life.

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