Shopping

Top Choice Market in Ipanema & Leblon

Hippie Fair

The Zona Sul's most famous market, the Hippie Fair (aka Feira de Arte de Ipanema) has artwork, jewelry, handicrafts, clothing and souvenirs for sale. Stalls in the four corners of the plaza sell tasty plates of acar…
Top Choice Vintage in Copacabana & Leme

Brecho de Salto Alto

Head to the upstairs level of Shopping Siqueira Campos, and pass through the beaded curtain into this fun and welcoming shop that sells a range of vintage-inspired clothing and accessories for men and women. Many pi…
Top Choice Market in Belo Horizonte

Feira de Arte e Artesanato

A Belo Horizonte classic, this Sunday street fair attracts massive crowds searching for clothing, jewelry, street food and more. Located between Rua da Bahia and Rua das Guajajaras, and bordered by the soothing gree…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Alter do Chão

Araribá Cultura Indígena

Arguably the best indigenous art store in the Amazon, with items ranging from inexpensive necklaces to museum-quality masks and ceremonial costumes, and representing communities throughout the Amazon basin. Shipping…
Top Choice Market in Belo Horizonte

Mercado Central

You’ll find everything from parrots to peppers to perfume at this indoor market, a true Belo Horizonte institution. Sample the delicious local produce, socialize with locals at one of the bars or just roam the aisle…
Market in Flamengo & Around

Praça São Salvador

On Sunday mornings this otherwise sleepy square comes alive with one of the city’s finest markets. Stalls sell art, jewelry, crafted goods and home-cooked food and a chorinho band plays under the bandstand from 10am…
Food in Ipanema & Leblon

Chocolate Q

This is serious chocolate. Cacao beans, harvested from a single estate in the northeastern state of Bahia, are processed into a range of exquisite dark-chocolate products (milk chocolate fans be advised, there is no…
Arts in Ipanema & Leblon

Homegrown

Homegrown is a leading player in Rio’s rich culture of street art and graffiti. Located, somewhat incongruously, in the heart of upmarket Ipanema, this art gallery doubles as an urban fashion store, with an impressi…
Clothing in Santa Teresa & Lapa

Baobá Brasil

This neat little clothing store draws strongly on Brazil's African roots. The primary influence comes from Mozambique in the form of bold, colorful printed fabrics used to create beautiful shirts (from R$100), blous…
Accessories in Gávea, Jardim Botânico & Lagoa

Parceria Carioca

Parceria Carioca stocks clothes, jewelry, accessories and an assortment of ornaments designed and made by up-and-coming local designers (especially those from Rio’s poorer communities). With an emphasis on fair pay …