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Red & Green Brazilian Steakhouse Restaurant Review: Equipped with a large private party facility, Red & Green is a Brazilian-style meat-centric churrascaria. Enter under an extravagant floral-themed stained glass round ceiling toward a wood-rich interior set with elegant ceiling lamps. The salad bar holds lots of mundane mayonnaise-drenched pasta salads and few very nice items. Opt for the green salad. Your server will ask how well you want your meat cooked, and your table card will specify that degree of doneness. Then you'll only be presented meat that meets that criterion. Sausage is quite tasty. Pork loin would have been better if slightly less cooked. At dinner, additional meats include filet mignon and leg of lamb. For dessert, choose a Brazilian flan. The wine list offers little by the glass that warrants attention. But if you’re buying a bottle, consider Miolo, a major Brazilian brand. Bring your own for a $15 corkage fee. The $40 price (less at lunch during the week and the cost all day on Sunday) isn’t really worthwhile unless you can eat a mountain of meat. Special pricing for children makes Red & Green appealing for families.