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Must-Visit Brunch Spots in Rio de Janeiro

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Are you planning on heading outside to enjoy the fresh air and get a few steps in Rio's beautiful outdoors? Local restaurants in the city are always an excellent option to try out new cuisine. If you are looking at breaking your diet, head over to some decadent brunch spots that will keep you full, offer several varieties of food and fill you with your favourite hot beverage as well!

Confeitaria Colombo

With stained glass windows, marbled floors and mirrored walls, the Confeitaria Colombo in Rio de Janeiro is a world away from the busy hustle of downtown. The place is popular among locals and visitors, not only because of the ambience but also because of the European-style food. Order up the Camarão Recheado to munch on some hot fried shrimp!

Da Casa da Táta

Are you missing out on some home-cooked meals? Da Casa da Táta is a place visitors go to when they need a quiet homely atmosphere filled with only the delicious aroma of simple dishes including jelly, juice, fresh coffee, cake, bread and cheese. A must-visit if you want to enjoy the solitude or simply catch up with friends!

New Natural

New Natural is situated close to the Ipanema beach and is home to some wholesome nutritious dishes that will keep you on track to a healthy lifestyle. There are options for vegetarians, as well as meat and fish varieties. Besides indoor seating, you can safely order an outdoor arrangement and enjoy munching on food on the sidewalk while maintaining proper distance.

Cafe 18 do Forte

Cafe 18 do Forte is a refreshing spot for all sea lovers because of its proximity to the Copacabana beach. Affordable with friendly service, this breakfast spot is for you if you are looking at exploring the beach or burning off calories with their delicious corn cake and coffee, featured in 'farmhouse breakfast'.

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Talho Capixaba

Talho Capixaba is a more luxurious option when it comes to choosing a breakfast spot simply because of its location in Rio's wealthiest neighbourhood, Leblon. Imported French products grace the menu along with healthy, freshly made cakes of natural ingredients. The dishes are mouthwatering, but they do cost a little more than average!

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