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This DC installment of the nationally upheld Brazilian restaurant, tucked away in Penn Quarter's historic Evening Star building is a must for meat-eaters. They're known for the churrasco grilling technique, in which succulent steak, chicken, lamb, and pork are flame grilled on massive skewers. When it's time to arrive at the table, a waiter just brings the skewer and slices it directly in front of you. Sharing's the Latin American way, so here you'll likely split your sides of mashed potatoes, polenta, and caramelized bananas with the rest of the table.

rib eye steak
Washington DC

Fogo de Chao

Fogo de Chao

This DC installment of the nationally upheld Brazilian restaurant, tucked away in Penn Quarter's historic Evening Star building is a must for meat-eaters. They're known for the churrasco grilling technique, in which succulent steak, chicken, lamb, and pork are flame grilled on massive skewers. When it's time to arrive at the table, a waiter just brings the skewer and slices it directly in front of you. Sharing's the Latin American way, so here you'll likely split your sides of mashed potatoes, polenta, and caramelized bananas with the rest of the table.