Churrascarias are the greatest idea in the history of overeating, but regularly popping by for lunch might be too much of too much of a good thing. Providing manageable portions for on-the-go carnivores, Texas de Brazil Express.
Mildly modern with textured red & white walls, wood veneer inlays, a spider web-ish ceiling trellis, and multiple casual seating options (booth/table/window-front bar), Express is the pilot serving-line carvery for Dallas's venerable all-you-can-meat spot -- a move made after TdB regulars complained that they ate so much to get their money's worth, they deserved to be punished with affordable helpings of less food. Instead of endless skewers, house-prepped cuts're doled out in customizable sandwiches (ciabatta/baguette/multi-grain), Jasmine rice bowls, or, if you're actually named Jasmine, Romaine or mixed greens. Select one of eight meats (from Picanha sirloin, filet mignon, and pork loin to Brazilian sausage and organic chicken w/ apple-wood bacon), then choose a spread (three aiolis, two mustards, horseradish, etc.), dressing (from ranch to Chimichurri), cheese (American, Swiss, provolone, Parmesan...), and topping -- from avocado to hearts of palm, there are 19 in all, a number Louis Farrakhan considers "deep", and you'll consider "doable".
Because maybe you need just a little more food, Mrs. Vickie's chips are the standard side. There're also wines by the glass (Chard, Cab, Pinot Grigio/Noir), and bottles of Corona, Bud, Bud Light, and Brahma -- the last three owned by InBev, because when it comes to owning all the beers in the world, there can never be too much of a good thing.