Meat, the handsomest of the nine food groups, gets its good looks from spice rubs, tenderizers, and long soaks in anti-aging marinades. Ogle seductive slabs with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a dinner and wine package for two at Red and Green Brazilian Steakhouse (up to a $99.89 value). The package includes:
- An unlimited dinner for two (a $69.90 value), which includes:
- Unlimited trips to the 40-item salad bar
- Unlimited servings of 15 different meat dishes
- Unlimited trips to the side-dish hot bar
- One bottle of wine (up to a $29.99 value)
Red and Green Brazilian Steakhouse's servers slice portions of 15 different succulent meats and supply unlimited hot and cold buffet options in an opulent atmosphere. An unlimited dinner for two begins with a bottle of wine and voyages to the cold salad bar, kept at Arctic temperatures by chunks of surrounding ice and the frigid stares of nearby croutons. Gauchos wander the restaurant bearing platters of skewered meats such as filet mignon wrapped in bacon, pork sausage, and beef ribs, cooked atop an open flame. Nonverbally summon meat offerers by displaying the green side of traditional meal-communication cards, or indicate the red side to announce a lack of hunger or realize your lifelong dream of causing a traffic accident. Guests can decorate plates with meat accompaniments such as fried plantains or black beans from the hot bar.
The intoxicating rhythms of Brazilian music waft up to high ceilings embellished with cherry wood and authentic stonework. A 20-foot spiral waterfall serves as a romantic backdrop for diners and a convenient place to surreptitiously cast silver dollars while wishing that your cat would lose weight.
Red & Green Brazilian Steakhouse
Nestled amid "warm Brazilian cherry and traditional Brazilian tile work," Red & Green Brazilian Steakhouse "spares no extravagance for bringing Brazil into the United States," according to Mallory Ferland of USA Today. Wandering through the dining room, friendly gauchos deliver tender slices from 16 cuts of meat—including garlic steak, lamb, and ribs—according to a table-top card that when flipped to green means "bring more" and when red means "stop, and will you be my valentine?" At the salad bar, an unlimited supply of fresh tropical fruits, Brazilian side dishes, and farofa fills up any empty space on plates loaded with meats. Additionally, the drink menu features traditional libations such as caipirinhas, Brazilian beers, soft drinks, and tropical juices.