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Beco do Rato

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

One of Lapa’s classic bohemian spots, this tiny bar has excellent live groups playing to a samba-loving crowd. The outdoor seating and informal setting are […]

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TribOz

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

Not for lazy ears, this avant-garde jazz house, a little hidden gem among the sonic cognoscenti, is unique in Rio for its serious approach to […]

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Ginga Tropical

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

For a look at Brazil’s rich folkloric dances, book a ticket to an evening performance of Ginga Tropical. Some 16 different dance styles are represented, […]

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Boulangerie Guerin

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

Serving Rio’s best croissants, pains au chocolat (chocolate-filled pastry) and eclairs, this French patisserie was an instant success upon opening in 2012. Prices for those […]

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Lasai

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

Inside an elegant early 20th-century house in Humaitá, Lasai has dazzled critics and foodies for its deliciously inventive cuisine. The carioca chef Rafa Costa e […]

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Volta

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

Set in a classy old villa with an outdoor patio on a peaceful corner of Jardim Botânico, Volta serves up playful, contemporary fare inspired by […]

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CT Boucherie

April 19, 2017 Rio Travel Guide 0

Created by Claude Troisgros, Rio’s most famous chef, this innovative Leblon restaurant takes the idea of the churrascaria (traditional barbecue restaurant) and turns it on […]