SO, WE MEAT AGAIN There are no gauchos, no skewers of meat and no Brazilian tchotchkes. But in many other ways, Zed451 is a lot like its predecessor, Sal & Carvao. The $49 all-you-can-eat experience starts with trips to the “harvest tables” for salads and soups; then, when they’re ready, diners place a stone on their table to signal that “chefs” can start coming around with hot entrées. The most noticeable change is the space itself, which has been designed by architect Chris Smith (who also did NYC’s Buddakan) to include a circular fire pit, an open kitchen with counter seating, and a striking rooftop deck complete with a grass floor and cabanas. Otherwise, fans of the former churrascaria will be happy just to have their meat extravaganza back. 739 N Clark St at Superior St (888-493-3451).