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Thursday: Fogo de Chao Starts Lunch Service

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Ready for a steak-out? As of October 1, you no longer have to wait until dinnertime to stuff your face with all the grilled meat you can eat.

Fogo de Chao, the Scottsdale location of the upscale, Brazil-based churrascaria, will offer its full dining experience -- namely 15 cuts of meat, grilled on skewers in the gaucho tradition and served tableside, plus salad bar and side dishes -- for the special lunchtime price of $28.50.

This place makes mighty fine (and strong) caipirinhas, so you might want to clear the decks for the afternoon if you decide to do lunch here.

Fogo de Chao's lunch will be available Monday through Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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