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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fire of Brazil Restaurant Review: The classic Brazilian churrascaria-style steakhouse boasts a salad bar featuring lovely smoked salmon, tabbouleh, potato salad, hearts of palm and fat asparagus. Traditionally attired men circle the dining room in response to the cards on the tables that, in Portuguese and English, invite them to bring meats or ask them not to appear. Salad bar-only patrons enjoy lower prices. The picanha is the best when it’s served rare and juicy but it sometimes comes off under seasoned and dull tasting, especially if overcooked. Other meats tend to be well done and dry. The wine list, dominated by reds, includes lots of South American wines, even some from Brazil. While somewhat less expensive than the better churrascarias, one's money is generally better spent in those.