Restaurants in Brazil

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Not only is this the spot to sample Brazil’s most decadent chocolate, but this small chocolataria and café is also the airport’s... Read More

Opened by expats from California, this trendy new Mexican restaurant in the heart of the Leblon neighborhood serves up gourmet versions of the country's... Read More

Brazilians take their pizza seriously and Mamma Jamma consistently wins their praise. The dough is left to rise for five days before its cooked into a... Read More

Chef Edinho Engel started the Cambury dining revolution 18 years ago when he opened the restaurant in the rain forest at the end of a 50-foot boardwalk.... Read More

Helena Rizzo is a Brazilian model turned chef; her husband, Daniel Redondo, is the former chef of Celler de Can Roca, in Girona, Spain, Europe’s... Read More

After a hard day on the beach, step up to the counter and choose from 80 flavored sorbets and ice creams. The standards are rich and satisfying, but the... Read More

Restaurants don’t get any cooler—or more Brazilian—than this current cult spot owned by 30-year-old Rodrigo Oliveira. Getting here is... Read More

The sushi chefs at this hotspot slice fish inside a VW bus. Read More

Using Brazilian ingredients like tucupi juice and açai, chef Claude Troisgros (of the multi Michelin-starred Troisgros family) and son Thomas produce... Read More

The most popular bar pre-security is nothing special whatsoever, but there are cold chopes (Brazilian draft beer), stiff martinis, and a whole lot of... Read More

Award-winning Carioca chef Felipe Bronze serves up contemporary Brazilian tasting menus in this acclaimed gourmet spot on restaurant row in Jardim... Read More

Whether thirsting for Brazilian espumante (sparkling wine) or Krug, the cognoscenti of Carioca—as locals are known—head to this champagnheria Read More

This kitschy bistro is a favorite with night owl Cariocas who appreciate its round-the-clock hours as well as the extensive 200-dish menu. While the... Read More

No one should visit Brazil without dining at a churrascarias, or steakhouse. Such places are abundant in Rio, offering diners as much meat as they can... Read More

It's Carnivale for carnivores at this riodizio-style churrascaria, where beach-tanned waiters slice up skewer after skewer of beef, pork, or poultry... Read More

It's Carnivale for carnivores at this riodizio-style churrascaria, where beach-tanned waiters slice up skewer after skewer of beef, pork, or poultry... Read More

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