NIGHTLIFE ON YOUR BRAZIL HONEYMOON
Where do you begin in a land that personifies the word “party”? In Brazil, especially its many large cities, the answer to that question is as easy as stepping outside your door. Dancing and celebrating are a must, but the breathtaking sunsets also beg to be intimately enjoyed with your loved one in quiet, serenity. From sizzling to sublime, all that and more is possible in the warm Brazilian evenings.
ASIA 70, São Paulo. That Asia 70 is one of the hottest spots to get your groove on in a country that’s pretty much all about getting its groove on is truly saying something. This is the place to go for food, ground-shaking music and invigorating energy in the monstrous metropolis of São Paulo.
Address:PracaProcopio Ferreira s/no
Phone: 5506 4903
CENTRO CULTURAL BANCO DO BRASIL, Rio de Janeiro.The magnificent, huge building that is the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil is a vital hub for Rio’s culture. When not attending this grand location’s bookstore, movie theater, restaurant or coffee shop, you could be enjoying one of the many plays, art exhibitions and music recitals that regularly perform in the two auditoriums and three theaters.
Address: Rua 1, de Março 66
MALDITA, Rio de Janeiro. Rio is famous for its nightlife and has no shortage of places for tourists. But if you dig a little deeper, you’ll realize that the real fun is where the locals go and that’s on the streets of Botafogo. One of the coolest bars in this happening hotspot is Maldita. Intimate and inviting, this relatively new bar is enjoyed at tables and chairs lining the street as well as inside its comfortable environment, with its smooth flow of excellent electronica.
Address: RuaVoluntarios Da Patria 10, Loja 2
Phone: 21 2527 2456
CAFÉ DO FAROL, Salvador. Sometimes your most memorable moments are in somewhat unusual places. That couldn’t be truer than in the metropolis of Salvador. Inside the lighthouse at Barra, Café do Farol treats you to simply spectacular panoramas of the ocean and the city itself, arguably the area’s best. Getting into the café requires paying the admission to the museum, which is a very minimal expense far outweighed by the highly rewarding evening you’ll have sipping cocktails and snacking on delicious treats.
Address: Praia da Barra s/n
Phone: 071 3267 8881
CERVEJARIA NACIONAL, São Paulo. Brazilians love beer. It’s a favorite beverage that they love to make, drink and share. That countrywide sentiment all comes together atCervejaria Nacional. This wonderful blend of microbrewery, pub and restaurant assumes you feel the same way and offers top-notch, gourmet brews from within its three-story building in São Paulo’s Pinheiros district. In addition to enjoying handcrafted draft beer all named after Brazilian myths and legends, you can also indulge in excellent snacks and appetizers.
Address:RuaPedroso de Morais 604
Phone: 11 4305 9368
BAR SEMENTE, Rio de Janeiro. You’re in Brazil, you’re in Rio, and you’re in the Lapa district. Now there’s only one thing left to do—check out the region’s best live Brazilian music! This is what coming to this country is all about: enjoy light food like sandwiches, great beer and an endless supply of sensational music all in an intimate, romantic setting. On different days of the week, you’re treated to various performances by local musicians getting together for instrumentals, excellent singing and plenty of upbeat energy and excitement in styles ranging from choro, samba and forró. This is a can’t miss opportunity if you’re in the area.
Address:RuaJoaquim Silva 138
Phone: 55 21 2507 5188