State of Rio de Janeiro Restaurants
- 412 reviews
Best juice bar in town. NOTHING is frozen, all the fruit are fresh and they have protein powders to add, granola, and any fruit you can think of they have. The brazilian favorite is the "beterraba com cenoura", means beets and carrot juice. It's the healthiest juice and Polis sucos makes it fresh. Add oranges or whatever you'd like. It's ...
- 442 reviews
Rio's cruisiest cafe has an enviable location just a short stroll from Ipanema Beach. Cafe tables on the sidewalk draw a chatty crowd late in the day, while you'll find a more sedate gathering of coffee drinkers and newspaper readers in the morning. With good snacks, decent lattes, fresh sandwiches and healthy salads, Cafeina is a good anytime stop when ...Popular withTrendstersLocalLGBT
- 462 reviews
So refreshing to find good European food in Rio. AMAZING PLACE. A must visit!
Melt is bar/club located in the chic district of Leblon. Many of the people are expats. I didn't see as many locals. While they played traditional samba and bossa nova music downstairs, upstairs the music was full-on house and techno. I personally prefer Lapa.Popular withFoodiesNightlifeLuxury
- 542 reviews
Barzinho is Lapa's hippest watering hole, offering a welcome respite from drinking beer in the street while rocking out to Rio's electro djs over cocktails.Popular withNightlifeTrendstersLuxury
- 552 reviews
They have few restaurants in Rio. You have two options, pay for "eat as much you want" or "a la carte". I recommend the buffet (desert is include too), it's a bit expensive (but cheaper than many japanese restaurants in Rio), but you can eat so much and It's a good sushi, nothing extraordinary, but a good option in Rio. ...
- 572 reviews
Excellent to eat a good and cheap pizza drinking a wine
- 602 reviews
My first time eating at a kilo restaurant (where you pay based on weight). Didn't take long to figure out the drill...you get a paper at the door when you arrive, choose between a hundred or so different types of food, then they weigh it and mark the price on your paper. Additional items ( e.g. drinks) are also added ...