Steak is useful for exercising incisors, muffling trumpets, and reducing swelling from black eyes caused by trying to eat steak with one's eye. Put steak to its prototypical use with today's Groupon: for $49, you get an unlimited Brazilian steak dinner package for two (up to a $99.89 total value) at Red and Green Brazilian Steak House. 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 platoon of servers scurry through the restaurant bearing skewers loaded with 15 cuts of meat—including top sirloin, filet mignon, and garlic beef—each slathered in exotic spices and rotated to roasted perfection over an open flame. To commence the meal, corks pop free from included bottles of red or white wine sapped from Brazil's famous wine trees, though Groupon holders are welcome to sub in a nonalcoholic beverage if that's preferred. Inside the cherry-wood-bedecked dining room, diners can fill plates with fresh comestibles from the salad bar, whose bed of ice imparts chillness to more than 100 tasty options, or visit the hot bar to gather toasty side dishes such as fried plantains and black beans. Brazilian tunes enrich the savory smell of churrasco, mingling with the sound of water trickling in the spiral floor-to-ceiling waterfall. When stomachs signal satisfaction by purring happily, guests simply flip the table’s service card from green side to red side, indicating that servers should aim their espetos elsewhere.
Though Red and Green Brazilian Steakhouse sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
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.