All year round
The hidden charm of Santa Teresa is undeniable. One of the most laid-back neighborhoods of Rio, Santa Teresa brings together amazing art studios and restaurants alike, in addition to the most beautiful views of the city. Check out the places that are worth visiting and enjoy an entire day exploring the neighborhood.
Bar do Mineiro
Casual atmosphere, cold beer and delicious broths. The Bar do Mineiro brings the spirit of bohemian Rio to Santa Teresa. Try the different types of cachaça offered and have fun with the waiters who have been around for years.
Rua Pascoal Carlos Magno, 99
Adega do Pimenta
Created by Holf Pfeffer, former master brewer at Brahma (one of Brazil’s largest beer brands), this bar offers the best of German brewery and cuisine in a delightfully unpretentious and friendly environment.
Rua Almirante Alexandrino, 296
Born as a simple bar that hosted casual Samba sessions, Sobrenaturnal turned into a restaurant when it began opening for lunch and offering a healthier, “natural” menu. To add to the Samba music, the evening menu was more “intense”, including more robust dishes such as Feijoada and meats. Customers would joke that the food wasn’t that “natural” anymore, but more like something…Supernatural.
Rua Almirante Alexandrino, 432
Considered one of the best by restaurant-goers who seek quality cuisine and comfort, Aprazível offers a profusion of perfectly blended flavors. From the beautifully decorated dining area you will be able to enjoy the view and take amazing pictures of the Guanabara Bay.
Rua Aprazível, 62
Bars & Nightlife
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Samba, none other
Mondays and Fridays
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Eye on Lapa
All year round
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