El Born : fires up some of Rio’s best tapas plates

The setting channels a bit of old-world Spain, with rustic stone and brick walls, outdoor tables on the sidewalk and ample bar seating – the latter is a fine spot for watching the dexterous bartenders in action.Named after Barcelona’s hippest, foodie-loving neighborhood, El Born fires up some of Rio’s best tapas plates: think Galician-style octopus, spicy prawns and tender Iberian ham.

Don’t order too much. Waiters emerge from the kitchen and make the rounds with freshly cooked tapas plates; if you see something you like, take it!

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