There's really nothing like a Brazilian pizza rodízio. I'd never seen or tried anything like it before moving to Brazil, and it is by far one of my favorite culinary experiences. I haven't found a rodízio in New York, but my friend in LA sent me a review of one in Culver City, CA that looks absolutely amazing. If you're in LA, go try it! And whoever this Brazilian entrepreneur is, I hope he/she expands to the East Coast.
Thrillist: "..25+ ultra-thin crusted pizzas use market-fresh ingredients with always-rotating options ranging from margharita and pepperoni to creativeness like the Portuguesa (ham/green peas/egg/black olives/fresh onions/mozzarella), the Florentina (tuna/mushroom/mozzarella/green olives/onions), and the self-explanatory, crispy-potato-stick-topped Strogonoff."
See Thrillist video about Bella Vista here
LA Times Daily Dish: "Toppings include chicken, corn, tuna fish, green peas, beef stroganoff (yes!), potato sticks, green olives, hearts of palm and fried garlic. Just don't ask for them on the same pie, please. OK, maybe put the green peas and tuna fish together just to get freaky."
Grub Street: "The flavors are pretty unusual for a town still overcoming its various pizza problems, but having sampled our share of great Argentine and Brazilian pies in the past, we think Bella Vista could win L.A. over just as easily as the next native-launched attempt."
LA Weekly: "The place is small and cheerful -- a single room adjacent to the Supermercado Brazil, across the street from Cafe Brazil and next door to the Brazilian shoe store. When it's busy, waiters circulate the small room with trays of smoked sausage, hearts of palm, spinach, and chicken pizza, offering up as many slices as your hungry heart can stomach."