Actually, Micky Munir of the venerable Sharif & Munir Custom Homes, Inc. built 9996 Hollow Way, and I have been all over it. It is LOADED and perfect, as every home Mickey Munir builds is. But what I can’t figure out is how all these restaurant tycoons are making so darn much money. I guess you really can make a killing in food. Recall the buyers of the former Heath-Ginsburg lot on Park Lane also was gobbled up by a foodie fam. This home happens to be owned, according to public records, by Jair Cosar, co-founder of the Fogo de Chao Brazilian churrascaria restaurant chain. The Dallas-based company, which currently has 16 units in the United States, opened its seventh Brazilian unit last June in Rio de Janeiro, a new store in Vegas in November and one in Orlando, Fla., in January. The 30-year-old chain was founded in Brazil by brothers Jair and Arri Coser.