New Brazilian steakhouse to replace Sabor

Oshkosh-based The Supple Group plans to open a Rodizio Grill Brazilian steakhouse at 777 N. Water St. in downtown Milwaukee.

The 7,000-square-foot space was previously occupied by Sabor, another Brailizan steakhouse that closed about three months ago.

Robizio Grill will open in December. The Sandy, Utah-based chain has 11 locations in the U.S.

The Supple Group previously owned and operated a Fratellos restaurant at 102 N. Water St. in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward, in a space that is now occupied by Ryan Braun’s Graffito.

“Rodizio Grill is an incredible addition to our group,” stated Jay Supple, CEO of The Supple Group. “We were looking for a fun, growing concept that we could bring to the community of Milwaukee.

Rodizio Grill provided that opportunity and we could not be more excited to enter this new venture.”

Rodizio Grill’s menu features three-foot meat skewers, seasoned and carved tableside by Brazilian Gauchos, unlimited appetizers, salads and a variety of desserts.

“We are thrilled to be opening up our first location in Wisconsin and to be bringing the churrascaria concept back to the Milwaukee community,” said Ivan Utrera, president and founder of Rodizio Grill. “This fun and festive concept has seen a lot of success in every market we have entered, and we are sure the same success will be mirrored in Milwaukee.”

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