Restaurants in Brazil

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A Jardins steak house legendary for its Saturday feijoada buffet. Read More

Few places epitomize the essence of Brazil like Academia Da Cachaça—right down to the custom-made Brazilian flag covering the entire ceiling. This... Read More

The restaurant, which sits high above Cambury Beach on a forested hillside, is the current hot spot; Brazilian-accented Italian cuisine (conchiglia del... Read More

Because of the large Arabic community living in Brazil, Rio has become a gastronomic hub for Middle Eastern food. And when Cariocas want the best from... Read More

The chocolaty açai-berry shake is a standout. Read More

After a lunch of fresh ceviche at this beachside hotel bar, take to the daybeds overlooking the surf. In the main dining room try a subtle moqueca,... Read More

This comfortably-appointed and traditional spot in Santa Teresa is known for its top-notch Brazilian dishes that hail from the state of Minas Gerais.... Read More

Tuck into the ultra-cheesy pies from the infernal wood-burning oven and the pleasantly oily Calabrian sausage bread. Read More

This Quadrado fixture has French doors, paddle fans, and a vine-draped courtyard. Chef Sandra Marques—a São Paulo émigré... Read More

Flavors of the Mediterranean (Provençal risotto with octopus, crisp goat-cheese and lavender-honey salad) have zingy Asian accents (shiitake... Read More

Feijoada is more than a meal in Brazil—the hearty black bean and pork stew is a part of the culture. It's typically eaten for lunch on Saturdays (so you... Read More

The hamburgers at Chez L'Ami Martin—topped with Gruyere and brie, and a dollop of subtle bacon jam—were recently voted among the very best in Brazil.... Read More

A two-floor bar that fronts Copacabana beach, Copa Café is all contrasts: stark black floors, deep red accents, and white bar chairs. The... Read More

Claude Troisgros, Rio's most celebrated chef, and his talented son Thomas, have turned the traditional Brazilian rodizio (buffet) on its head with this... Read More

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