The 10 Best Brazilian Steakhouses in the U.S.

This Brazilian-inspired restaurant is one of America's most popular, with revenues above $500 million. Fogo's extensive meat range, high-quality beef, and market table salad bar have won many customers.

Fogo de Chão

Texas de Brazil, a Brazilian-style steakhouse that competes with Fogo for popularity, with over 50 outlets from California to Florida. Natural wood charcoal gives the chain's meats a backyard grill-like smokiness with Brazilian seasonings.

Texas de Brazil

This chain is mostly in California, with South Carolina and Las Vegas sites. Galpão Gaucho is a popular dish featuring 17 meat slices, appealing to both meat eaters and vegetarians.

Galpão Gaucho

This little establishment in San Francisco and San Mateo serves delicious food. Espetus Churrascaria flame-grills skewered rotisserie meats. Dinner under $75 includes 12 14 meats, grilled pineapple, appetizers, salad bar, and sides.

Espetus Churrascaria

Rodizio Grill has over 20 sites nationwide, from the Southwest to Tennessee. The restaurant serves seasoned, slow-roasted, and skewer-carved meats that change.

Rodizio Grill

In Texas, where there are many superb steakhouses, Casa do Brasil is a popular micro-chain with three locations. Texans occasionally want something else than steak and potatoes.

Casa do Brasil

The Florida and Pennsylvania locations of this tiny franchise provide upmarket rodizio. Chima serves picahna and Cajun flavored ribeye, among other rotisserie-cooked meats.

Chima Brazilian Steakhouse

In Colorado, Idaho, Missouri, New Mexico, and Utah, Tucanos delivers beef rodizio-style to the Southwest. This business offers great marinated beef, poultry, and pork, such brisket and garlic Parmesan.

Tucanos Brazilian Grill

Chama Gaúcha, having locations in Texas and Illinois, serves beef on skewers cooked over open-flame charcoal, served by costumed gauchos. Expect huge, muscular steak, Brazilian rice, black beans, grilled veggies, and more.

Chama Gaúcha Brazilian Steakhouse

At the Original Farmers Market and Culver City locations, Pampas Grill offers "pay by the pound" meats in Los Angeles. At little under $16 a pound, this restaurant serves sirloin, Brazilian sausage, garlic chicken drumsticks, and more.

Pampas Grill Churrascaria