The concept is a Brazilian steakhouse where the servers walk around with different cuts of meat and you can eat all you want for one set price (I think it was $46 a person). This price includes a wonderful salad bar, but for me personally I do not pay $46 for salad so I skip right to the meat. I did try my wife's lobster bisque from the salad bar and it was quite nice. The cuts of beef generally include a sirloin, a skirt steak, a filet, a beef sausage, a cut of pork, and usually a bacon wrapped piece of chicken or turkey. This is pretty much what they had here. If you have never been before I would probably try everything, but if you want to fill up on the best stuff I recommend going lightly or even passing on everything but the filet of beef and they had a separate bacon wrapped filet of beef. Those were pretty darn good. They have a decent wine list and we enjoyed a couple of glasses. I also had some Ginger Peach tea. At $5 a bottle for tea I thought that was a little bit much especially considering if they just brewed some tea it would probably not cost them more than a $.25 glass if that much. We were celebrating the birthday's of three ladies and we got three desserts on the house. That was nice. We had the chocolate mouse cake, very good, and the crème brulee (not bad, but I have never had a crème brulee that really stood out in my mind). I did not try the lemon dessert. Brazilian steakhouses are a novelity that are fun to go to every few years, but if you know what kind of steak you really love, I prefer to go to a steakhouse and order a whole steak of that cut (NY Strip, filet, ribeye, whatever) rather than wait for someone to come around and give you bite size pieces of steak and then wait again. I will say I have actually been to a steakhouse in Brazilian I give these these American versions props for being very authentic/almost identical to their Brazilian counterparts. Lastly they serve the best little cheesy breads (just like every other American-Brazilian steakhouse I have ever been too).