Rua Pashcoal Carlos Magno 139
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


0055 21 2507 5158

NileGuide Expert tip:

Head here on a Friday night for snacks and drinks before heaing down to Lapa for the lively weekend street party


Santa Teresa is renowned for its bohemian vibe and laid-back drinking and dining, and this 2011 addition to the neighborhood's bar scene has been welcomed with open arms. With a location facing Largo do Guimaraes, Santa Teresa's busiest square, the bar occupies a large colonial building that until recently served as a grocery store and bakery. Exposed brick walls and wooden tables and chairs give the venue a nonchalently stylish atmosphere that fits in nicely with the neighborhood's casual charm, and the fairly-priced meals, salads and snacks make this a nice place for lunch or dinner as well as evening drinks. Beers are reasonably priced here, but cocktails are a little on the pricey side - although caiprinhas (R$11) are made with good quality Magnifica cachaca.


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