Brazilian-inspired steakhouses and all-you-can-eat Argentine-style churrascarias continue to grow in number and variety, drawing herds of patrons to menus of skewer-cooked meats accompanied by arrays of salads, side dishes and desserts. Joining such established churrascaria chains as the 14-unit Fogo de Chão and 11-unit Texas de Brazil, both based in Dallas, are newcomers like Amor de Brazil Fiery Steakhouse, a concept devised by Copeland Investments Inc. of Metairie, La. ...
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