Latina is fun, different, and apparently (I am told) authentically Brasilian. For a very reasonable price, there's a buffet of salads, cheeses, vegetables, etc. to start, and then--when you're ready for the meat--you flip a round tag green-side-up and servers start coming to your table with spits of roasted meats.
There are many different cuts of beef prepared in various ways, lamb, pork, poultry, and fish.
The servers, cut the pieces you wish, and you then use tongs to pull the slices from the spit onto your plate. You can eat all you want as the servers periodically keep coming round and offering more. (When you're sated, just flip the tag red-side-up, and the servers won't both you; unless, of course, you subsequently flip the tag green-side-up again, in which case they'll start coming back with more.)
The combination of quantity and festive atmosphere more than offsets the inconsistent food quality, though some of the meats are quite good. When we went the top-round and