Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse - San Diego
Padres were away, so it was easy to get into, reservation wasn’t necessary. Great full bar, bartender and drinks (I’m not a beer person so I passed on the 24 serve yourself taps). The Reuben fries were amazing. I could not finish them. $28 for a good struck cocktail and a full stomach. Great time.
Air conditioning needed!
24 beers on tap and you pour your own
Great burgers and great spot downtown! Really enjoyed our stop in there.
Had the lobster sandwich lacked a healthy portion of meat! My wife loved her burger!
We only got theZucchini Fries and some draft beer but both were really good. Not a bad place to watch the Padres if you don’t end up at the game.
We loved all the food and the “beer bank” was super fun! Wonderful restaurant and so close to the ballpark!! Sabrina took great care of us!
We came here a few hours before a concert at Petco Park. Tons of beers to try at a reasonable price. Food was very good. Recommend highly especially if your going to the stadium right next door.
They were no longer serving food at 9pm. Please update your food hours.
The short rib fries and the chicken wings are awesome.
We had a great time!
Excellent quality and service. Would surely return with friends before or after a ball game.
this restaurant is in a great spot if you want somewhere to go before the Padres game. Its right outside the entrance of the stadium and has a ton of beers on tap (literally you can pour them yourself!). I did not take advantage of this feature while I was there, but I saw other people using it and it looked very easy! Their cocktails are also amazing! the food is really good as well. Not too pricey, but I would expect to spend around $30-$50 a person. The food was really realy good as well. we had the oysters and lemon pepper wings. I will definitely be back on a game day to take advantage of the beer options.
I was really looking for to this experience, we came to celebrate my husbands birthday. Unfortunately it was not a great meal. The bone marrow was gelatinous no marrow at all. The French onion soup was very sweet and the cauliflower was unremarkable. My husband was skeptical as the menu was very limited and my thought was, maybe they do these few things very well? Not the case. Even my husband's hamburger was burnt on the outside pink in the middle, he ordered it medium well.
We had a table of 6. Unfortunately I was the only one happy with my dish. I tried the pork/mash/float and it was very tasty. The cauliflower app was also good. The rest of the food, including the burgers, were not great.
The wife and I checked out WhipHand for a casual date night. For a Friday, it wasn't too busy, which was good for us. The ambiance, food, and service were all great. My only issue is that the bar area is small and there are too many chairs; which leads to less room when the bar is full.
My favorite was that their beers are served on a pay per ounce model. They provide a card that you place on a machine that has all of their beers on tap. You can pour as little or as much as you'd like. This also frees up the bartenders to serve only cocktails, which they can crank out faster by not having to pour beers in between cocktail orders.
We'll definitely return, especially with baseball season around the corner!
We live across the street and just came in on 2/16/19. Love the pull your own tasters concept, would like more cider or kambucha or wine or even a cocktail as an option there. The two cocktails we ordered came out wrong and looked nothing like the picture. It was WAY too noisy to carry on a conversation in there and highly recommend putting in some soft textiles to dampen sounds. The food was excellent. We will be back and hopefully it wont be so loud next time.
We went for lunch and it was a bit quite. Food came out quick and was amazing. The Zucchini fries were awesome...as was the Short Rib Fries. The beer vault was neat too and a great way to try some new stuff.