Downtown Summerlin, the 1.6 million-square-foot shopping center that saddles the 215 between Charleston Boulevard and Sahara Avenue, seems to still be working out the kinks with its restaurant collection.
Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse closed its second Las Vegas location on Monday, according to KTNV.
The 8,024-square-foot project spent $1.2 million in construction costs alone before it opened in November 2015. The restaurant sits in the Dining Arroyo section of the shopping center near Shake Shack. The Brazilian churrasco served 20 different meats and a salad bar of gigantic proportions at this variation of the buffet.
Other recent closings at the shopping center include Rice Republic, the Chinese restaurant that shuttered last May; Ribs & Burgers, the Australian-based restaurant that closed last year in March; and Australian import Gelato Messina, which bowed out last July.
Fogo de Chao still operates its original location in the Hughes Center on Flamingo Road.
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