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I went to this restaurant in February 2019. Steak, french fries, rice and farofa are always on the menu. The steak is pretty good, and the price is right. Yet for me it is the ability to meet new people from all over the world....More
Surreal and warm spot where you can listen to a hot Blues & rock'n roll Jam on Thursdays evenings. After hours and on other week days they plsy DJs and other stuff; Definitely not a family place though, but good enough for a funnny happy...More
First place we stumbled across so be warned like we wish we were... service is excruciatingly slow.... the slowest service we and our fellow diners had ever suffered. One by one we watched people complain, then our hunger crept in... it was like (I imagine)...More
Quite pricy, for an eatery on the Copacabana their English is terrible. The food was tasty but not exactly what I ordered. And during the meal we were interrupted by a hawker. Not a good experience, and we were sitting inside. Plus steer clear of...More
The dessert menu is right in front of you and is constantly changing. It’s highly recommended you get there around 10/11pm as some of the best food does run out. You could go there every night for a month and not get bored. Some people...More
Had a beer at Mabs with my wife, sevice was good the beer was fine, the decor was dated, the prostitutes must now work lunch times as there did not seem to be a one in sight. There are a lot better restaurants along Av....More
If I could give this place a ZERO I would. This place is ridiculous...full of prostitutes, as well as crackheads, and husslers. The prostitutes are hoping to set up some dumb American just stupid enough to invite them to their room. Guys who fall for...More
I'm using Maps when I'm in Rio, but it's getting worse and worse. Before, you could get good Spareribs and Bacala Bolinho here, but now it was limited. Were in 2 evenings, ordered me Bacalao Bolhinio but it was not good. Later in the evening,...More
The rowdy Copacabana is one of the most traditional and old areas from Rio de Janeiro. This neighbourhood is a blend of Brazilian soul - crowded, rowdy and traditional. This neighbourhood has a bit of everything: bars with music, pubs, street fairs, chaotic streets, and many shops. All these things and more live side-by-side. There are options for all price points and tastes. However, the most powerful
draw in Copacabana is still the fantastic view of the coast and the incredible beaches.