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Little Brazil. In fact, a big taste of what this vast and beautiful country has to offer. The restaurant’s owner, Sandro, masterfully curated the perfect little experience of his homeland. Introducing patrons to the beauty, the color, and the vivid dishes Brazil has to offer. 

Chef Adelaide uses fresh ingredients to recreate various regional dishes from across the wonderfully diverse country. The restaurant prides itself on having the best Picanha in Miami — char-grilled top sirloin steak served on a sizzling platter with mouth-watering sides. Other noteworthy dishes include Bolinho de Bacalhau — crispy croquettes filled with salt cod fish and mashed potatoes and Camarao Ao Coco — shrimps cooked in a creamy coconut sauce. On Saturdays, make sure to stop by for Feijoada, a beef stew loaded with various cuts of meat, served with collard greens, orange, rice, and toasted yuca flour. 

The establishment is perfect for friends and family celebrations, with a kids menu, delicious tropical cocktails (the country’s national cocktail, Caipirinha, a must), and of course, traditional Brazilian flan. Don’t get us wrong, it ain’t too shabby for a date night either, as the live music might have you swaying to the groovy beat all throughout the evening. 

  

Photo credit: Ruben Cabrera

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