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When in Rio De Janeiro, if you are willing to experience the classic bar culture of the city, then you won't be disappointed.
Rio offers great variety of bars and restaurants in the area nearby famous tourist attractions. Some of the bars are sports bars, old taverns, pubs, and bars with live music, while some are simply cocktail bars.
There is nothing more enjoyable than hanging out at some of the bars, sipping a local beer or indulging in the experience of tasting a finely crafted Caipirinha.
Academia da Cachaca opened in 1985, is famous for Brazilian drink cachaças. The bar offers over 100 types of cachaças and delicious fruity caipirinhas. They also have an extensive food menu with influences from northeastern Brazil.
Address: Rua Conde de Bernadotte, 26 - Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Bar do Mineiro opened in 1992 is a famous place in Santa Teresa. The menu has traditional Brazilian dishes like feijoada pastelzinho, tropeiro beans, linguicinha from Minas Gerais etc. It also serves caipirinha, Brazil's national cocktail, a cold beer.
Address: Rua Paschoal Carlos Magno, 99 - Santa Teresa, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This musical cafe has played the best of Brazilian pop, especially samba and choro (a.k.a. chorinho) since 2000. This mansion bar regularly hosts live music events, samba circles and is a giant in the Lapa music scene. They boast the coldest beer, the best samba and delicious Brazilian cuisine.
Address: Av. Mem de Sá, 79 - Centro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Canastra Bar serves some of the most diverse varieties of Brazilian wines. This cosy indoor space is named after the cheese from Serra da Canastra. They serve pizzas, seafood dishes and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).
Address: Edifício Paranoá - R. Jangadeiros, 42 - G - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil