Fogo: lunch v dinner?
Haven't been around chowhound in a very long while, and am pleased to circle back.
Has anyone had both lunch and dinner (not on the same day!) at Fogo de Chao?
We are contemplating the money-saving weekday lunch option, as it gives us an additional few hours of daylight to digest, and wondered if they cut back the variety of meats for lunch.
I should preface this by saying I have not eaten at Fogo. Here is a quote from LaBan's review of the Philadelphia Branch "But the fun factor here is undeniable, and it is definitely worth a visit. I'd choose lunch if given a choice, as it is nearly half the price of dinner ($24.50 compared with $44.50) for the same selection of all-you-can eat meats and salad bar." This is from a review about 1 year ago. I doubt much has changed.