Twenty-five-year-old Churrascos, a restaurant that played an instrumental role in launching the worldwide Latin food movement, opened its fourth location in West Houston at Gateway Memorial City in December 2013.
Nicaraguan father/son chef duo Michael and David Cordua serves up unique flavors of the South American parrilla and the best in South American wines.
Designed by California-based MBH Architects, the restaurant features its first open kitchen, a large horseshoe-shaped bar in its center, and floor-to-ceiling windows that bask its interior in natural light. Churrascos at The Gateway also boasts two adjacent private dining rooms--one with a capacity of 50 guests and the other 30 – that when combined will accommodate a total of 80 guests. Both private dining rooms offer A/V capabilities for presentations and are ideal for professional gatherings and social events of all kinds.