Boston Brazilian Steakhouse Named Massachusetts’s Best Buffet
Whether you are traveling, heading out with a group, or simply hungry, who doesn’t love a good buffet? It offers options for everyone. A popular Brazilian steakhouse was named the best buffet in Boston by TripAdvisor.
Fogo de Chão is primarily known for all-you-can-eat meat carved right at your table. However, it’s a “best of both buffets”; you can also walk up to their numerous table spreads to add to your plate. Massachusetts’ natives are fortunate that this Brazilian chain has two locations in the state. The Boston spot, located in Copley Square was the hot spot recognized here.
Fogo de Chão – Boston Copley Place
Located right across the street from the Boston Public Library, it attracts tourists and locals alike with its 320-seat layout. In addition, six private dining rooms and a wine cellar that holds 3,000 bottles are also part of the footprint.
The unique component of this buffet is that what’s considered the main course is brought right to you. Servers present meat options to your table. Arriving fresh on hot skewers, if you have an appetite for this churrasco experience, it is carved right onto your plate. Options here include filet, pork chop, and bacon-wrapped chicken.
Finally, at any time, you are invited to serve yourself at the tables that feature all the side dishes, salads, and alternative options, too.
Fogo de Chão offers an array of craft drinks to accompany your food choice. A bar menu, decadent desserts, and to-go options are also available. While the massive food spread is the centerpiece of TripAdvisor’s selection of this Brazilian Steakhouse in Boston being named best buffet, its overall value was also considered. They have a dedicated staff that is focused on the large group experience. Furthermore, the price point allows you to fill up and walk away satisfied without breaking the bank.
Copley Place in Boston is a popular traffic destination. It contains numerous hotels and shopping in the area. Equally as important, it’s a frequent stop for those in town to catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Fogo de Chão describes themselves as a place “where family and friends gather to share the finest and freshest from their harvests.”