Estilo Gaúcho Brazilian Steakhouse

About us

An Experience Worthy of Repetition

In March 2013, DFW welcomed a delicious addition to its list of local restaurants. Located just south of Stonebriar Centre on Highway 121 and Preston Road, Estilo Gaúcho Brazilian Steakhouse brings the tradition of Southern Brazil to North Texas.

In our upscale, yet relaxing atmosphere, we invite you to sample amazing flavors created by combining family recipes and cultural traditions with the finest, freshest, gourmet fare.

Appreciation for fine dining pervades our culture. Entertaining guests with great food and exceptional service isn’t business, it’s our legacy. Great care and attention to detail go into selecting only the very best – from the numerous gourmet cuts of meat and freshest of salads to exquisite wines and delectable desserts – and pairing it with an ambience that creates a memory guests will want to relive time and time again. This isn’t just dinner. This is a celebration.

300 Years in the Making

Estilo Gaúcho’s history and tradition dates to the 18th century, with humble beginnings in the fertile Pampas region of Southern Brazil. As European immigrants settled the land, and growing families matured into blossoming communities, a very proud and time honored heritage was forged.

As days drew to a close, the Gaúchos, or Southern Brazilian cowboys, would gather, and with the fruit of their labor – their harvest, their livestock – they would celebrate with family and friends. And so the Churrasco, the open-fire roasting of meats, emerged as an integral and most social component within the Gaúcho tradition.

Today, we welcome you into our home and invite you to gather your family, friends, neighbors, or colleagues in Dallas/Ft. Worth to delight in a genuine churrasco celebration. Start your own tradition, Gaúcho-style.

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Passion for Our Culture

Estilo Gaúcho Brazilian Steakhouse is the result of 20 years worth of hard work and dreaming. At the age of 14, the youngest of 10 children trades the safety of home in Bom Jesus do Sul, south of Brazil, for the big city to find work and help support his family. With limited education and experience, he is left to do the very thing his grandfather, Vô Afonso, had taught him since birth – churrasco, the Gaúcho style of roasting meats over an open flame.

Quickly climbing the ranks among the finest and most renowned churrascarias in São Paulo, he is invited to help introduce the Brazilian Steakhouse to America. Working over the next decade, helping to establish six different churrascarias across the United States and Brazil, the seventh would prove to be the most special, as it fulfilled the lifelong dream of being his own.

Our passion is to represent this tradition and heritage, which as Southern Brazilians is uniquely our own, and perpetuate the legacy of Gaúchos past, with dedication and grace worthy of our Gaúcho name.