Don Churro Café is a unique South American restaurant offering a perfect combination of traditional dishes, authentic flavors and Latin hospitality for the Washington Metropolitan Area.
Our menu is truly a blend of ethnic traditions that come from our mixture of culinary heritages from South America and Spain. Mainly, our menu celebrates artisanal cooking from the countries in the Andean region and reflects its amazingly rich and diverse cuisine such as Peruvian ceviche, Bolivian salteñas, Chilean empanadas, Spanish gambas al ajillo, Ecuadorian hornado, Colombian bandeja paisa and Venezuelan arepas to name a few. Our namesake churros (CHUR-OS), a delicious pastry filled with dulce de leche, nutella or served plain are one of the best in the world.
These unique and delicious dishes await you in a colorful and cozy environment decorated with Latin art. Buen Provecho!
Fogo de Chão® (fo-go dèe shoun), is an authentic Southern Brazilian steakhouse. In 1979, Fogo® began sharing the gaucho way of preparing meat in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Today, our gaucho chefs still expertly grill each of our 16 cuts of meat and offer you continuous tableside service.
We invite you to enjoy the delicious preparations of our gaucho chefs along with our gourmet salad bar, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and award-winning wine list.
At La Caraqueña, the taste of Latin America is alive in every dish. Chef and owner, Raul Claros, shares his heritage by combining over 20 years of family recipes with the authencity that comes from his travels through Latin America.
This is comfort food served in a relaxed atmosphere where our guests can experience the best in Latin American cuisine and culture.
The lifestyle and food culture celebrated on an estancia, a large South American vineyard estate, is the inspiration for Victor Albisu’s flagship restaurant in the Chinatown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. The airy, 174-seat agrarian space is home to a meat-driven, wine-centric menu that is a product of Albisu’s Latin American roots and travels throughout Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Uruguay.