While Paulistas (residents of Sao Paulo) have traditionally sneered at Rio’s ‘inferior’ dining scene, even the most discerning of gourmands now has to admit that the city has plenty of restaurants to rival those of Sao Paulo itself. The dining options are fantastically varied, with opportunities to taste the flavors of every corner of Brazil, as well as sophisticated international options. Our three-day itinerary gives tips on where to go to sample the best of Rio’s eating and drinking options, from tasty street snacks to sophisticated restaurant dining.
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