The first Fogo de Chão steakhouse was opened in 1975 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The steakhouse chain exported to the American market the concept of rotation service of noble meats, in which several cuts are savored, served on the skewer.
Invested in 2006
Inaugurated in 1999 and located 30 km from São Paulo, Brazil, Hopi Hari was one of the biggest amusement parks in Latin America, with 760 thousand square meters. It was designed as a fictitious country, with president, capital and even own language.
Invested in 1998
LEON is a natural fast food chain inspired by Mediterranean cuisine, with a menu marked by nutritious ingredients and items that include superfoods (avocado, quinoa, broccoli, among others). Founded in 2004, it is recognized for spreading healthy and natural eating habits.
Invested in 2017
Opened in 1973, on a plot of 85 thousands square meters, Playcenter turned into a real postcard for the city of São Paulo. Throughout its 39 years of activity, it attracted more than 60 million visitors from all over Brazil and neighboring countries.
Invested in 1995
FoodFirst Global Restaurants is a collaboration between American restaurateur/owner-partner Brad Blum and Brazilian-based investment firm GP Investments, Ltd. At FoodFirst Global Restaurants, we are passionate about good food, know good food, enjoy good food, and are dedicated to always improving upon and consistently providing good food.
Invested in 2018