The fact that Fogo de Chão, one of Brazil's most famous chains, is right down the street hasn't stopped Chama Gaúcha from making a name for itself. This Brazilian steakhouse, which serves its meat in the traditional rodízio style, has been winning hearts since it first opened in September 2011 — and with good reason. You start with the salad bar, which is hyper-fresh and restocked regularly so that it always looks full and lush, and comes with a wonderful selection of cheese, olives and bread. Dinner starts with Brazilian cheese bread and sides of mashed potatoes, fried polenta rectangles and roasted plantain. Push the button to signal your server, and the meat procession starts, with skewers of top sirloin, garlic beef, garlic pork, lamb and more coming hot off the grill to your table, and sliced onto your plates. The quality of the meats is superb, and you can get them cooked as bloody as you prefer. The service is excellent and courteous, and you'll leave so full you can hardly breathe, marveling at all you were able to fit in your belly.