Well, the food is good, there is plenty of space between the tables and you can hear the person with whom you are eating. Regrettably, the prices need to be better posted in the menu and beware of the inflexible waitress/menu scam of " if you want arroz moro, you have to get the large churrasco"; which by the way, only a football player could eat. I bet the remaining piece of churrasco slab went home with our waitress or the busboy.
We were surprised that our late lunch/early dinner came to more than $50.00 considering our drinks were either iced tea or water. I'm not opposed to paying for good food, but this food is definitely not fine dining. Also, the waitress was pretty inattentive to our need for iced tea/water refills while sitting and chatting with one of her co-workers. The coffee was pretty good. However, if we return, maybe our next waitress will actually feel like refilling our empty glasses. Make sure you know the price of your order so you won't get the sticker shock we got when we paid our bill.