After taking three years off from growth, Fogo de Chão, the Brazilian churrascaria, is opening three new units in six months. The Dallas-based company, which currently has 16 units in the United States, opened its seventh Brazilian unit in June in Rio de Janeiro, which has a view of scenic Sugar Loaf, and plans to open in Las Vegas in November and Orlando, Fla., in January. The 30-year-old chain, which was founded in Brazil by brothers Jair and Arri Coser, will open in the Hughes ...
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