Combine a Brazilian rodízio-style (all you can eat) steakhouse with an Italian pizzeria, and you get this refined import from Dallas. The menu is prix fixe, and your $24.50 includes a lemon-honey dressed arugula salad, brandy-infused lobster bisque, generously sized meatballs in a bright San Marzano tomato sauce, and small slices of creative pizzas (around twenty!) brought to your table by genial servers who wander the dining room bearing platters of dazzling pies. We lost count of how many we sampled, but particularly memorable were the Turkish lamb sprinkled with sumac and fresh mint and the spicy soppressata balanced by a bit of honey. The cocktail program features potent caipirinhas with muddled citrus and mint and bottles of big-name California Cabs.