Next door to Carioca da Gema, Sacrilégio is another major spot for catching live bands in an intimate setting. The outdoor garden makes...
According to legend, this German restaurant went by the name Bar Adolf until WWII. Although the name has been Brazilianized, the cuisine...
Lonely Planet review
This classic, old-time eating and drinking spot opened in 1967 and is a well-known draw for neighborhood bohemians – a noisy mix of artists, musicians and party kids who fill the place till early into the morning. Legendarily bad-tempered waiters serve up big plates of traditional Portuguese cuisine. The cabrito (goat) dish is the most famous.