When a Brazilian steakhouse moves into an old Shoney's building in Charleston, WV, you don't expect much. Rio de Grill exceeded my expectations. You have to go hungry because you'll be served a lot of food. The meat is excellent and the sides on the bar are pretty good, too, but you're not really there for the fillers. The garlic bread is excellent and the picanha is the star of the show. The restaurant looks entirely different inside than you would expect from the outside. I highly recommend this restaurant!