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Kulinarische Tipps in Rio de Janeiro

Weinhandlung
“One of the biggest shopping malls in South America. You'll find everything you need. ”
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Japanisches Restaurant
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“The region has many bars and night clubs with music and happy people of all ages”
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Musik-Location
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“Rio Scenarium is the largest and most famous Samba Dance Club in Rio de Janeiro and perhaps the world. Set in a large, ancient converted warehouse, the club has 3 floors and is filled with antique furniture, lamps, couches,and tables. The band plays on the ground floor in the center of the building which is open to viewing from the upper floors.”
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Konditorei
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“Fantastic coffeee! Delicious sweet pastries, excellent service, wonderful landscape view of the complete Copacabana bay & Pao de Açucar peak mountain. I recommend this place for any moment of the day”
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Bar
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“Bar Urca serves excellent Pestiscos (appetizers) and Pastels. Pastel de Camarao (Shrimp turnover), fried Sardines, and Bolinho de bacalhau (deep fried cod balls) are among the favorites. Dinner entrees include typical Brazilian fare, as well as seafood dishes. Try the "Bacalhau a Portuguesa" (Codfish Portuguese style).”
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Konditorei
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“The most traditional coffee house of more than 1 century where queen of England and other authorities have been to. Not to be missed if you go downtown. Have a sweet, dumpling or coffee. ”
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Kneipe
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“It doesn’t get more carioca than this place. Located in a charming street near the beach, it serves great local food combined with great atmosphere. Definitely recommend!”
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Farmers Market
“Local fresh produce,, fish and meat market to buy your fresh ingredients, but also to enjoy local food. From breakfast to Happy Hour always a great place for a stop before or after the beach. During Carnival many street samba groups meet there.”
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Bar
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“An order of pataniscas de bacalhau is a necessity. Pavão Azul’s pataniscas are made without potatoes, which is a recipe not as readily found around Rio. Other must-eats include the escondidinho—a sort-of deep dish shepherd's pie, stocked with either shrimp or carne seca, a dried beef—and a selection of pasteis, the fried, filled half-moon pockets of cheese, meat, or shrimp. At night, Pavão Azul is bursting with crowds in between its two outposts, which are located directly across the street from each other.”
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Brasilianisches Restaurant
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“This is the botequim where Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes wrote their most famous song "The Girl from Ipanema", for which the botequim is now named. Legend has it that a "..tall and tan and young and lovely girl from Ipanema went walking.." by this bar on her way to the beach.”
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Sushi-Restaurant
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“Amazing atmosphere and great quality sushi in a very charming are of the city”
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Brauerei
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“A primeira fábrica de cerveja Boêmia foi em Petrópolis que está aberto ao público, tem restaurante para degustação. ”
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Bistro
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“Boho style restaurant with good food, although a bit pricy. Good place to see beautiful people.”
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Sandwich-Laden
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“Cervantes is often called a Copacabana "institution", which happens to be a very accurate description. Older male waiters wearing white coats and black bow ties serve large sandwiches to hungry, often intoxicated diners, from noon until 3-5am every day of the week.”
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Cocktail-Bar
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“Late-night bar with excellent food in Ipanema, but close to Copacabana. Ideal for beginning or ending the night. Lively and modern.”
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Brasilianisches Restaurant
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“Good for a drink or dinner, great view, book a ‘palafita’ (tree house) or ‘varanda’, nice wines and cachaça bar”
144Empfehlungen vor Ort