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This typical biergarten is one of many on the fringes of Vila Germânica...
Choperia & Restaurante Thapyoka , housed in a renovated factory, is a bar and eatery with an extensive menu of meats and pastas and a stellar view of the river and bridge.
The rustic seafood shack Arante has become an island institution, its walls covered with poetry and artwork that patrons have doodled on over the years.
This local favorite has an overflowing seafood buffet, and, according to some, the city’s best feijoada (a bean-and-meat stew served with rice).
Sample the local cuisine, influenced by the flavors of the Azores, at the excellent Peixe na Telha , which enjoys lovely waterside seating.
In the old town, the per-kilo Restaurante Praç de Anita serves excellent, Azorean-influenced food in an airy colonial house.
This place has a huge, airy dining room, often packed with patrons feasting on fresh seafood. It’s known for its bacalhau (cod).
Perched atop Morro do Aipim, this fancy restaurant offers lovely views of Blumenau. Excellent selection of European fare.
Wunderwald , set in a 19th-century house, is the region’s most renowned German restaurant.
Portela is a bustling seafood restaurant situated on a pier that juts out into the bay.
This is an old-style seafood restaurant in Mar Grosso.
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