Downtown

Landry's Seafood

Nestled along the beautiful River Walk in Downtown San Antonio, Landry's Seafood is a Texas Gulf Coast legend. Located in the heart of the city, Landry's is centrally located near the many hotels and unique shops of the River Walk and just a short walk from the Alamo.

Landry's Seafood

When it comes to preparing fresh Gulf Coast seafood and Louisiana-style cooking, Landry's Seafood has perfected the art. Nestled along the shores of Lake Pontchartrain on Lakeshore Drive, Landry's serves classic fish specialties, succulent steaks and mouthwatering desserts, all from New Orleans's only waterfront restaurant with a view of Lake Pontchartrain. Landry's also adjoins the historic Canal Lighthouse and Museum.

Lauriol Plaza

Lauriol Plaza's kitchen offers affordable, delicious Tex-Mex and Latin American dishes in a sophisticated, urban atmosphere, in downtown Washington, DC. A diner could get jet lag just reading the menu possibilities, which hop from Peruvian seviche to Cuban pork and from Spanish paella to Mexican enchiladas and which get ferried from kitchen to crowd by troops of industrious servers.

McCormick & Schmick's

Returning to co-founder Bill McCormick's hometown, McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks is located in the historic Biltmore Hotel – in the heart of the city and adjacent to the Rhode Island Convention Center.  Their sterling reputation and high customer loyalty comes from commitment to provide a delicious, relaxing meal with impeccable service and meticulous attention to detail.

Fogo De Chao

Fogo De Chao is an authentic Churrascaria (Brazilian Steakhouse) from Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil which features superior service, unrivaled cuisine and a unique dining experience. Adding to the unique dining experience, you will be treated to a sumptuous, gourmet salad and vegetable bar featuring over 30 items including imported cheeses, cured meats, fresh vegetables and more.

Fogo De Chao

On the plains of Southern Brazil, cowboys called gauchos would relax and tell stories of their adventures as they roasted meats over an open fire. The slow roasting of each tender cut allowed the individual taste to be retained – which is why this method became famous throughout the region. 
You can experience the same centuries old culinary tradition for your next group dining experience at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse.

Fogo De Chao

On the plains of Southern Brazil, cowboys called gauchos would relax and tell stories of their adventures as they roasted meats over an open fire. The slow roasting of each tender cut allowed the individual taste to be retained – which is why this method became famous throughout the region. 
You can experience the same centuries old culinary tradition for your next group dining experience at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse.

Fogo De Chao

On the plains of Southern Brazil, cowboys called gauchos would relax and tell stories of their adventures as they roasted meats over an open fire. The slow roasting of each tender cut allowed the individual taste to be retained – which is why this method became famous throughout the region. 
You can experience the same centuries old culinary tradition for your next group dining experience at Fogo de Chão Brazilian Steakhouse.

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