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Texas de Brazil Restaurant Review: Servers wear classic Brazilian cowboy garb, and meats (filet mignon, pork loin, chicken breast, picanha, you name it) are grilled over an open flame and delivered to tables on skewers. Vegetarians will find something to eat at the extensive (50-55 items) hot and cold salad and sides bar. Black beans and farofa, a classic Brazilian dish made from toasted manioc or maize flour, are there, and don't forget to snag some chimichurri sauce for the meats. Brunch also features conventional breakfast fare in addition to grilled meats. For dessert, papayas and cream keep the tastes of Brazil going, but there are plenty of traditional Southern desserts, such as bananas Foster pie and pecan pie (this is Memphis, after all). The extensive, globally selected wine list offers 20-plus wines by the glass and about 20 half bottles. Chile and Argentina are well represented, and there are a number of Argentine Malbecs.