Now making its Texas debut in Las Colinas, Rodizo Grill is a Brazilian steakhouse group that claims to have opened the first-ever US churrascaria back in 1995, the year that pickpockets became a serious enough problem that everyone needed to start wearing chain wallets. The 244-seater's got a couple of different private dining areas, a 15ft bar, and a huge dining room where you'll eat everything on the menu for one price. All. Of. It. Like at any legit Brazilian steakhouse, an ever-rotating team of gauchos carves everything tableside from a 3ft-long skewer; call 'em to your table and have 'em start you off with a pineapple. Or definitely don't do that, and instead ask for meat! There are seven different beef options ranging from assado (pot roast), to bife com alho (garlic-basted), to this picanha com Parmesao -- sirloin that, like Slim Charles' hand after shooting Method Man at close range, is crusted with cheese. Not into beef? Non-cow options include everything from grilled chicken hearts and grilled bacon-wrapped turkey, to cordiero (leg of lamb) and glazed & grilled presunto which -- again, because of the all-you-can-eat-ness -- won't put any extra strain on your chain wallet.