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  • 1

    Garota de Ipanema

    17 reviews

    Great crowded place to grab food and drinks in the middle of Ipanema. A few blocks in from the beach, on a main street in the heart of Ipanema residential area, you will find this busy place where many people were just dying to get in for its atmosphere. Food is decent, drinks are good but the atmosphere was the ...

    Popular withNightlifeFoodiesLocal
  • 2

    Gopala Madhava

    4 reviews

    One of the best vegetarian restaurants in the city. Everything in the menu is delicious. Low price, perfect spice.

    Popular withFoodiesVegetarianGreen
  • 3

    Restaurante Beijupirá

    Traditional food! Local cuisine for all tastes. Seafood, chicken or beef... Elected by "Veja" magazine the best restaurant in Porto de Galinhas in 2012!

    Popular withFamiliesFoodiesLuxury
  • 4

    Confeitaria Colombo

    11 reviews

    This famous bakery founded in 1894 was built to be the most luxurious commercial establishment of Rio. Only the wealthy could go there and it was decorated just like the bakeries in London and Paris. It was the first place in town to have an elevator, when the second floor dining room was inaugurated, which made it even more famous. ...

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  • 5

    Frangó

    7 reviews

    Frangó may just be the farthest bar from anything in São Paulo, you'll probably will have to drive an hour to get there, no matter where you are, but it's absolutely worth it. Hidden in a residential neighborhood, right in front of the Nossa Senhora do Ó church, is this bar, that at first looks tiny, but hides a huge ...

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  • 6

    El Guatón

    4 reviews

    El Guatón is a tiny Chilean restaurant with the best empanadas and a delicious ceviche with warm bread. The place is very casual and really poorly decorated, but it's a delicious place for a cold beer or drinks with friends and awesome food.

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesBackpackers
  • 7

    Mercearia Sao Pedro

    2 reviews

    Being tucked away just beyond the most trampled streets of Vila Madalena, São Paulo’s biggest and rowdiest nightlife neighborhoods, means this traditional boteco (traditional bar) draws a more local crowd, especially students and others seeking to escape the city’s normally outrageous prices. This bohemian space – all art film and Beatnik novel décor – knows a thing about properly chilling ...

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  • 8

    A Figueira Rubaiyat

    Expect nothing but perfection. Fish and meat are the specialties here, you can go for either, or both. The wine menu is very complete and the restaurant is adorned with a HUGE fig tree in the middle of the eating room. On saturdays, the have the famous Brazilian feijoada. If you're on a diet, don't even come close to the ...

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  • 9

    Galeria dos Pães

    10 reviews

    The Brazilian padaria (bakery) culture was brought over by the Portuguese and still to this day most are owned and operated by Portuguese families who have run the show for decades and generations. Padarias wildly neighborhood-centric, which is why this one – in the funky, GLS-friendly alternative nightlife neighborhood of Baixo Augusta – is a particular good time. It’s a ...

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  • 10

    Rinconcito peruano

    3 reviews

    This place is a hidden treasure in São Paulo. Originally started to serve the illegal Peruvian workers in downtown São Paulo, in a very decadent area of the city, the spices and flavors of this Peruvian Restaurant are slowly attracting foodies to this no-sign-don't-tell place. The small restaurant is humble, the staff barely speaks Portuguese, but here you'll find ingredients ...

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  • 11

    Sushi Leblon

    14 reviews

    This is one of the better restaurants in Rio - not only for the food, but also the 'scene' is almost always VERY good - especially on weekends. The street it's on is one of THE best in Leblon, which is in many respects THE best neighborhood in Rio. Highly recommend this place for dinner and drinks.

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersNightlife
  • 12

    Suri Ceviche Bar

    2 reviews

    I love ceviche and considering that this is basically one out of two ceviche places in São Paulo, it's pretty good and the price is reasonable. The place is very small so make sure you arrive early or have a reservation.

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  • 13

    Churrascaria Palace

    If you want to eat well in Rio, you need to be willing to dish out more money. If you're going to spend money, invest in Churrascaria Palace. The meat is good, but the main catch is the Amazonian fish. It's so succulent and buttery, it makes Churrascaria Palace worth it.

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  • 14

    Tordesilhas

    5 reviews

    Sitting at the top of most people’s list for casual regional Brazilian, Chef Mara Salles offers a meaty menu of specialties from around Brazil, such as pato no tucupi (duck in tucupi manioc broth from the Amazon), barreado (a beef stew served in a clay pot from Paraná), moqueca (seafood stew) in both Bahia and Espírito Santo styles, jerked beef ...

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  • 15

    The Burger Map

    3 reviews

    O melhor hambúrguer da América Latina.

    Popular withNightlifeFoodies
  • 16

    Faire La Bombe Patisserie

    A place completely dedicated to éclairs. You will find éclairs of all types, chocolate, caramel, macadamia, walnuts, hazelnuts, blueberry, seriously, almost anything. A tiny little cute little shop perfect for a cup of coffee on a weekend afternoon.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodiesFamilies
  • 17

    Alessandro & Frederico

    2 reviews

    Awesome!! They have the best pizzas! The steaks and pastas are really good too! The desserts are to die for! Creme brulé, mille foglie and bigne are delicious!!

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  • 18

    Saborella

    The best ice cream shop in Brasilia has recently opened the second store, located on the central square of CasaPark Shopping, a comfortable and relaxing mall with focus on home decoration. Saborella offers the same delicious ice creams and snacks as the main store in Asa Norte, but on a different ambient. You should try all of the ice creams ...

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersLocal
  • 19

    Ponto Chic

    2 reviews

    Ponto Chic might be one of the oldest restaurants in São Paulo. The art deco and the waiter's uniforms give it away. This is the place where the famous "Bauru" sandwich was invented, it's a french bread with lots of roast beef, cheese and tomatoes. A nice place for a cheap and quick fix.

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  • 20

    Mestico Restaurante Bar

    4 reviews

    Mestiço is a delicious fusion restaurant, mixing thai and eastern cuisines with brazilian ingredients and recipes. The chicken baskets are the best entrées ever and the food, especially the fish, is awesome.

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