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Rio Grande Churrascaria
Brazilian · $$
39-05 29th St (39 Avenue)
"The rodízio (all you can eat) on weekends is a fantastic deal: just as good as Manhattan churrascarias at 1/2 the price. The drinks are also very cheap (wine and caipirinhas)!"
New York Pão De Queijo
Brazilian · $
31-90 30th St (at Broadway)
"Take a seat by the window. Share a Tudo sandwich and some Coxinha de Frango. Wash it down with a fresh acai juice and your hangover will be vanquished."
3801 31st Ave
"Get the rice & beans- and the flank steak is my favorite cut of beef there by far"
Rio Bonito Market
3215 36th Ave
"The breakfast is awesome here. Coxinhas, kibes, esfiras and many more. They now have this pizza bread, esfiras type of thing. It's awesome. Definitely check it out. Don't forget the cashew juice ! :)"
United Artists Kaufman Astoria 14
35-30 38th St
"There popcorn is alway fresh. Always try to get a center seat, you'll have the best view."
Museum of the Moving Image
36-01 35th Ave (btwn 36th St and 37th St)
"Fantastic museum dedicated to film, video, and animation. Great for expert and casual visitors alike. Great for kids, too! Never crowded and always fascinating. Historical info plus pop culture fun."
NY - Queens
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Brazilian Food in NYC
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