Boi Na Braza, considered Grapevine's first fine dining restaurant, has closed after 20 years and will relocate within the metroplex. An exact location has yet to be announced.
The Brazilian restaurant officially closed its doors at 4025 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine, on Jan. 31 following a decline in sales and business traffic due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Owner John Matheus said the new location will be in a smaller, more efficient space.
Updates on the new location of Boi Na Braza will be shared online at www.boinabraza.com.