Top Choice Beer Hall in Belém

Amazon Beer

As much as Brazilians love beer, it’s can be surprisingly tough to find anything heftier than a pilsner. This award-winning brewery is an exception, with an amber ale, a Dutch witbier (wheat beer), an IPA and even a…
Bar in Manaus

Bar do Armando

Near the opera house, this is a traditional rendezvous for Manaus’ intellectual and bohemian types, but all sorts of people crowd around the outdoor tables for beers and conversation.
Club in Manaus

Copacabana Chopperia

Rio-style bar and dance club, with a semi-open air bar, performance stage and dance floor, with room for seven thousand revelers. DJs spin everything from samba and MPB to electronica and funk. Check out the club's …
Bar in Belém

Marujos Grill

Outdoor tables have river views at this lively but low-key bar-restaurant. There's the Torre de Chope (Tower of Beer), a 2.5-liter silo of suds for just R$55, plus a long list of beers and cocktails of the non-garga…
Bar in Belém

Capital Lounge Bar

A huge Union Jack and other flags from around the world suggest an old-school English pub, but the sleek booths, creative cocktails and pulsing DJ-mixed music give this much more of a club vibe. There's restaurant s…
Bar in Tabatinga

Bar Mirador

A dead-simple Brazilian drinking den that is a spectacular spot for a cold sunset beer overlooking the Amazon. It's located about 50m up the hill from the Posto Policial (Police Post) in Barrio Dom Pedro, just south…
Bar in Belém

Bar Fiteiro

This spacious colorful bar has a fun, irreverent air and a commitment to not let its customers go hungry – in fact, the bar's tagline is 'We Have Food.' There's live music most nights, often paired with a dish or dr…
Club in Tabatinga


Some people in Tabatinga told us this club was 'un-Christian, immoral and homosexual,' which means, of course, it's awesome! Located about five blocks from the border, it attracts a young, sexy crowd dancing till da…
Bar in Manaus

Mao Bar

This bar is super cool – a moodily lit, semi-subterranean spot on the basement level with great music and drinks and a laid-back backpacker vibe. Occasional live music and movie screenings.
Bar in Tefé


One of several small roadside restaurant-bars in a mango-tree-shaded spot known as Muralha, located just off Tefé's main drag, with open-air tables and river views.