If you're looking for a quiet place to have dinner, don't bother entering the lift leading to Rio Maravilha. This gastropub is a steaming place with some Brazilian influences, a lot of agitation, loud music, some parties on weekends and bold food. In late 2016, chef Diogo Noronha was replaced by half-Italian half-Brazillian Bruno Dal Bianco, who pursued his predecessor's style but adding some fusion Mediterranean/ Portuguese/ Brazilian dishes.
Time Out tips:
– Every room is decorated differently.
– Even if you don't need to go, take a peak at their unusual restrooms.
– Cocktails are also part of the Rio Maravilha experience.
|Venue name:||Rio Maravilha||Contact:|
Rua Rodrigues Faria, 103
|Opening hours:||Tue 6pm-2am; Wed 12.30pm-2am; Thu-Fri 12.30pm-3am; Sat 12.30pm-4am; Sun 12.30pm-6pm|
|Price:||Up to €30|