This atmospheric pay-by-weight restaurant serves up a good selection of Brazilian dishes by day, and transforms to a live-music spot with a menu of mostly drinks and appetizers by night (cover charge around R$20). Saturday afternoons, which feature feijoada (a bean-and-meat stew served with rice) and live choro (a romantic, improvised samba-related music) or samba, are a great time to stop in (per person R$60).