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About Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - Beverly Hills
Join us at Fogo de Chão Beverly Hills on the famed Resaurant Row. Our signature blue tower, containing an authentic churrasco, graces the entrance and allows guests to experience the original technique of cooking Brazilian meat over an open fire.
Fogo de Chão is an authentic Brazilian Steakhouse (Churrascaria) that has been setting the standard in Brazil for the past 36 years. Today, our gaucho chefs still expertly grill and carve tableside each of our cuts of meat like Picanha (signature sirloin), Filet Mignon, Ribeye, Fraldinha (Brazilian sirloin), Cordeiro (lamb) and more. In addition to the main dishes, enjoy our gourmet Market Table, authentic Brazilian side dishes, and award-winning wine list. Guests can also choose to enjoy lighter seafood selections or enjoy the gourmet Market Table only option.
We also offer semiprivate and private areas that can accommodate parties up to 100.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Brazilian Steakhouse, Steakhouse, South American
Hours of Operation:
Monday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Tuesday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Wednesday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Thursday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Saturday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 2:00pm - 10:30pm
Sunday: 11:30am - 2:00pm, 2:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is available for $8. Limited metered parking is located around the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Invite your guests to a truly unique group dining experience! Whether for private dining rooms, or to interact in our main dining areas, Fogo de Chão® is the perfect location for parties of 15 to 110
Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
They overbooked the restaurant to such a degree that the reservation line went from the hostess stand, out the door, to the end of the parking lot. They said this was “out of their control”, and suggested all restaurants operate like this. I luckily booked a table at Mastro’s and was seated within minutes.
Our experience at Fogo started out nicely. We had reservations so we didn’t wait long for a table. We ordered soda and water, no alcoholic beverages due to getting up early for school the next morning. Our server greeted us and explained how everything went and asked if we were having any wine. We told him not tonight and he took the bottle and wine glasses away. From there on we never saw him until later. Our waters never got refilled. Our coasters were turned to GREEN but after a few servings the meat service slowly started to slow down to the point where me and my date were looking at other tables getting served meat but us. Again our server never came by to check on us, he checked on other tables but not ours. My date was getting aggravated and asked to speak with somebody about our minor issue and the check. Another gentleman who worked there came by got us our water refills, a soda refill, and some actual service but by then the spark was gone. We wanted to leave. We’ve been to the Fogo in Downtown LA and our experience there was better, also I gave them the benefit of the doubt due to the fact that it was Valentines Day and they were busy but c’mon, don’t abandon your tables, a simple check up would’ve been just fine. All in all, it was a okay experience but I’ve seen better from Fogo.
As always, the meal was impeccable and the servers and steak-bearers were great. I dropped a star just because at one point the servers were completely slammed (Valentine’s Day) and we had to wait for a few things. Still an absolutely wonderful meal and a good time.
My wife and I were celebrating an early Valentine's and were completely satisfied with the service and quality of the food at this particular Fogo. We've been to the one in Vegas and DTLA, our best experience was in Vegas our worst in DTLA. This visit definitely leaned toward the Vegas experience, if not surpassed it. We receive personal attention from the wait staff, which is rare (no pun intended) on busy nights. I'll definitely will make the extra 10 mile drive, in Mid-City, the next time I'm in the mood for great Brazilian.
I went for dineLA’s restuarant week and found the food and service to be well below average. I have been to this location, as well as a few others, a number of times and have almost always had a great time. I understand that they were dealing with a greater volume of people due to the promotional offer, 49 dollars for a limited menu and desert, but that does not justify the decline in quality. I had only 3 pieces of edible meat during the meal and that was out of a measly 6 visits to the table by a waiter. We had to ask to get our breads refilled and didn’t get any sides refills. Will probably be a long time before I visit a fogo again especially this location.
Also! We were seated at 950p for a 9p reservation, what is the point of taking reservations.
The breads were still delicious as usual so I can’t complain there!
Fogo was not a great experience. We went for Dine LA. The Dine LA menu is an edited version of the regular menu with less options and smaller portions. For a few dollars more, you can have the full menu with all of the options.
We were seated next to the service station and it was a high traffic area for servers and guest. We were constantly disturbed. The food could have saved the experience but it did not. The food was mediocre at best. Definitely a 'chain' restaurant that assumes customers have low expectations of a dining experience.
Food was good, I enjoyed the beef ribs the best. My only complaint was the service. Maybe because it was "Dine LA " week it seemed like the server wasn't as attentive as they normally are. We ordered off the regular menu and it took a while to get the nicer cuts of meat. Nice guy but we had to ask him a few times to bring water.
Food was not very good. Meats were mostly dry and flavorless. We normally would drive to ktown for M grill (much better Brazilian bbq btw) but since we were really hungry and did not want to sit in an hour traffic so we came to Fogo de Chao due to proximity and they dineLA discount. Because of the special discount we decided to give it another chance since we didn’t want to drive to ktown but it was still disappointing. Additionally, service was very poor, no one to refill water, servers cannot seem to process more than one request at a time if at all. The food here used to be better, but after Fogo IPOed it seemed to have gone down. Won’t be coming back, would rather brave the traffic to M grill.
We went for Dine LA this week but left feeling a bit frustrated. Service was friendly, but very little meat came our way. We were a large table and had to fill up mostly on the salad bar because the gauchos came very infrequently to our table. We’ve been there for DineLA in the past and service was much better before. Overall, it was not worth even the promotional price for mostly salad, cheese, and rice.
I was disappointed with my recent visit. I have been to this location before and have had great times, however, I think because I went during dine LA, my expectations were not met. When purchasing the Dine LA option, you do not get every cut of meat, which is perfectly fine. However, we felt very ignored by the gauchos who were serving the meat because many times they would bring around the options that were not part of the Dine LA menu. We were only offered the pichana once and we even asked for more but they never brought it to us. The waitress was very slow as well. All in all, we were at the restaurant for 2 hours and most of it was just waiting around either for meat or for our dessert or bill. I did not feel the price was worth it and felt that if I was paying the normal price, I would've been treated much better. Shame, but I'll be giving it some time before visiting this location again.
Went there for dine LA, first time. It was an ok experience and I probably won’t need to go back. We made reservations for 5p and were greeted and seated immediately. Salad bar was plentiful but they kept bringing the same meats, we had to ask for the bacon wrapped filet and pork chops and we had to wait a while for it. Maybe we came too early? Also didn’t like that you couldn’t choose how the meat was cooked, outer pieces were pretty much well done. Then for dessert they were out of tres leches. Had to flag the waiter down to order wine and ask for the check.
Had a reservation for 6:00 pm with a dinela week promotion. Was very excited to take my wife and my 2 daughters. Since I’ve been laid off these kind of opportunities don’t come too often and to have a dinela promotion to experience fine dining was special. As we were guided to our table first thing they asked us is if we were having regular dine in menu or dinela menu and we said dinela. We expected the waiters who bring out the meat to know the difference from every table but I had to alert every waiter who brought meat that we were dinela and not regular menu customer. It was frustrating at times. Another thing that I noticed is the constant need of trying to flag our personal waiter. There was no organization. It was more chaos. The food quality was exceptional though. They need to change the customer service and how to distinguish there dinela customers from regular customers.
If you are over booked update open table. There is no reason to have a 930 PM reservation, arrive with 19 tables ahead of seating us. Almost an hour wait to be seated, followed by being rushed to eat. I spent more time waiting then dining.
Love Fogo in the past but this place sucks now. Get it together and get your people together.
Very frustrating to have a reservation for 8:30pm and then not get seating until 9:45pm. We checked in with the host around 8:10pm, they notified us the wait time would be 40mins. but it just doesn’t make sense to have a reservation if we had to wait anyways... The waitress wasn’t bad, the night was busy, so I understand. I wouldn’t have minded to wait till 9pm but over an hour? That’s kind of ridiculous.
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