Sixty hours of non-stop party every weekend; celebrating the culture of northeast Brazil through food, music, and folklore. This place is a little kitsch, but we love how its warmth and charm. People go there not to be cool, they go there to have fun. This is the place to go if you want to dance forro, and eat queijo coalho, stuffed tapicas, or any other specialty from the northeast.
Feira de São Cristovão
Details on this jont will be posted in sometime in August.
Pedra do Sal, Birthplace of Samba
The best place in Rio de Janeiro for Samba. No other place in the world has the pedigree of Pedra do Sal when it comes to Samba. And it’s free! Details.
Rua do Ouvidor
Our favorite place to drink and be marry after work, or to cap a tour of downtown Rio. Also a great place for a traditional Feijoada to the rhythm of samba! Details.
Praça São Salvador
One of the best neighborhood gathering spots in Rio. Sunday market with live chorinho music and lively nights any day of the week. Details.