The contemporary menu at this hot spot for post-beach lounging shamelessly mixes its metaphorsceviche to dim sum to ravioli. The terrace is sweet, but...more
Nestled in a private jungle of jackfruit, mango, and star fruit trees, this artfully designed eatery became Santa Teresa's first gourmet restaurant when it...more
This churrascaria chain is a hungry-man institutionafter all, the name charmingly translates into "big pig." Come starving, and don't burn out...more
There are hundreds of juice bars in Rio, but Polis Sucos, just two blocks from Ipanema beach, regularly wins prizes for its fresh Amazonian fruit juices and...more
One of the few places to eat well in Lapa, this century-old Portuguese restaurant has become an institution, much loved for its award-winning baixa gastronomia...more
Tourists tend to skip the Botafogo district, a heavily residential area edging the Guanabara Bay shore, north of Copacabana, but Miam Miam makes it worth at...more
Housed in a 1920s mansion on a side street off Rua Visconde de Pirajá, Gula Gula, the lead outlet of this classy steak-house chain, is a stalwart dining...more
Evidence of Rio's general gastronomic upgrade can be found at the city's latest Italian favorite. Part of the Fasano empirewhich made a big mark in...more
Chef Natacha Fink has made this Santa Teresa's most popular restaurant with her creative take on cozinha amazônica, offering a seven-page menu as exotic to...more
You can't beat the location: Set on a quiet corner opposite Rio's Jardim Botânico, Bar do Horto spills out onto a street shaded by tropical almond trees....more
Not a member? Join now | Already a member? Sign In
I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its
Mobile Terms and Conditions.
Create personalized postcards out of your favorite travel photos!
Get the latest destinations picks, hot hotel lists, travel deals and blog posts automatically added to your newsreader or your personalized homepage.
Condé Nast Web sites:
Nutrition Data /
Hotel Chatter /
Ars Technica /
© 2012 Condé Nast. All rights reserved
Your California Privacy Rights
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast.
For more information, please contact us.
Send to your phone!