Fogo de Chão is the Brazil-based churrasco restaurant’s third New York location. Situated in the historic Bank of New York building, the 246-seat space with 20-foot ceilings has a 16-foot white Carrara-marble Market Table and an open kitchen window for a slavering view of gaucho chefs fire-roasting meats. Order a caipirinha with Fogo’s own label of cachaça and empanadas with house-ground picanha (sirloin cap). It’s an excellent spot for a quick lunch between meetings or drinks after work.
Don’t miss: All-day happy hour daily at the bar with $8 Brazilian-inspired cocktails and $6 South American wines. Between 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., guests can enjoy Brazilian bar bites and sharable plates.