by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Courtesy of Bar Brahma
Ao Vivo Music
This swinging bar attracts a stylish, upscale crowd.
Originally opened in 1948, reopened in the late 90s.
This secret bar has played attracts world-class DJs.
Boteco Seu Zé
Younger crowds flock to this Rio-style boteco.
A once hard-core leftist bar this is now a casual beer spot.
This boxing-themed lounge is as elegant as it is kitschy.
This dark speakeasy is the place for unique and cocktails.
Some of the best caipirinhas in the city.
Wall Street Bar
Happy hours and lively late nights keep the crowd steady.
A favorite nightspot, set in a 1950s butcher shop.
FEATURED // Museu do Café
FEATURED // Bar Brahma
FEATURED // Figueira Rubaiyat
FEATURED // Lenny Niemeyer
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