This restaurant is located in a mini-neighborhood of Brazilian restaurants. There must be at least half a dozen on the block. This one was the most crowded, and judging by our experience, it was crowded with reason. Every dish we tried, from the empanadas to the soup to the fejioada, was delicious, We enjoyed every bite, and our meal was enhanced by attentive and courteous service. We will happily return.
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