Restaurants in Brazil

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A required stop for foodies (and big-name chefs from Alain Ducasse to Ferran Adrià), D.O.M. serves a tasting menu by pioneering chef Alex Atala... Read More

Chef Atala’s new casual restaurant. The adobe-hued Dalva is all about sharp updating of grandmotherly regional dishes. Moqueca, a seafood stew... Read More

In addition to its quality beer, this Rio microbrewery serves traditional Brazilian dishes like picanha (roughly though inaccurately translated as rump... Read More

With blinding-white furniture and a turquoise pool, this chic boîte is straight out of South Beach. The bar serves 50-plus varieties of cacha... Read More

Visitors don't have to trek to the Amazon to sample treats from Brazil's jungles. At Espirito Santa, Chef Natacha Fink—from Manaus—serves up inventive... Read More

Prior to the opening of this bar, Brazil’s best microbrews didn’t wander too far from the German-speaking south. Now travelers and <em>... Read More

The local intelligentsia frequent Filial, where schoppe (draft beer) flows into the wee hours. Read More

A perfect lunch destination for Ipanema shoppers. In the tastefully underdone, concrete-floored space, genial young staffers serve Italian standards... Read More

A top dining choice in Rio since its 2002 opening, this chic and classic Italian eatery boasts many culinary world awards, as well as a star appeal that... Read More

Order the Super Burguer com pimenta at this burger haven. Read More

Though Argentine by birth, Brazil, too, has fallen for this café chain, especially its dulce de leche–stuffed alfajores (a South American... Read More

Known for its piled-sky-high mortadella sandwich and flaky pastel de bacalhau (salt-cod pastries). Read More

A good choice for lunch at Rio's design mall. The extensive menu at this quirky spot—memorabilia and hanging motorcycles serve as decor—offers up just... Read More

The sushi in São Paulo is top-notch. Read More

Big, flat oysters are shucked to order for patrons while they wait for their fish to be cleaned. Read More

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