Pernambucano Chico Science said, a beer before lunch is too good to be thinking better. And here in Rio de Janeiro, there’s no shortage bar and cold beer for quenching thirst and refresh the life of cariocas and tourists, in the heat of 40 of summer.

Bars in Rio de Janeiro

In Jobi, the beer can be the beginning or the end of a busy night. The bar of Leblon stays open until at 5:0 in the morning, but Juninho, the waiter who writes of head the exact amount of beer each clique has consumed, is always standing by bringing you beer ice cream. Stay for a few hours, enjoying the movement.


Av. Ataulfo de Paiva 1.166, Rio de Janeiro

The Pavão Azul, in Copacabana, is across from a police station, but that doesn’t intimidate visitors who flock to the bar every night to relax after work. With over 50 years of tradition, the bar is a great place to drink and enjoy some snacks such as crayons and Gingersnap cod.


Rua Hilario de Gouveia 71, Rio de Janeiro

If you like pub, but does not relieve a good food, the Adega Pérola is the ideal place. With more than 100 specialties in snacks, this bar is an absolute classic. All the dishes are delicious, but the artichoke in olive oil and pearls from the sea are eating praying, accompanied by beer or wine in the Cup.


R. Siqueira Campos 138, Rio de Janeiro

At the Bar Urca, beyond the cold beer and fresh shrimp Taco, you’ll be thrilled with the sun setting in one of the most famous and beautiful postcards of the world – the Guanabara Bay with the Christ the Redeemer Statue in the background. There you can sit  and watch the time go by very slowly.


Rua Cândido Gaffrée 205, Urca, Rio de Janeiro

In the downtown, near Cinelândia, the  OsBar  (Av. 18 Calogeras, Rio de Janeiro) gets busy on happy hours. There are friendly bartenders, beer from over the world and rock ‘n’ roll in the playlist, which is luxury in the city of samba.

Self-respecting Carioca elects its favorite watering hole and turn customer. Drink standing outside the bar and call the waitress by name is basic item on the law of botecagem. And between each other only a phrase comes to mind: “Rio de Janeiro  continues beautiful”.

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Author Camila

Camila Cesarino é jornalista, tem 32 anos e mora no Rio de Janeiro há 14. Ama viajar e, sempre que pode, tá de mochila em algum lugar novo. Gosta de gente, de sotaques, da cidade grande e da natureza. Trabalha com esporte e entretenimento, luta Muay Thai e corre nas areias cariocas, mas não dispenda uma boa picanha e uma cerveja gelada.

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