This bar and restaurant brings the flavors of Brazil to Hell’s Kitchen. Order the country’s national drink—the caipirinha—to start. The cachaca-based cocktail comes flavored with coconut, passionfruit, strawberry or the traditional lime ($12 each). Samba Kitchen and Bar also offers regional specialities like Xingu, a Brazilian black ale ($8), sangria ($9) and a selection of South American wines. The dinner menu features beloved appetizers like pão de queijo, a Brazilian cheese bread ($8), yucca fries ($6) and assorted croquettes ($12). Entrees include traditional favorites like feijoada, a black bean stew with bacon, pork shoulder and sausage ($24), and vatapa, slow-cooked tilapia and shrimp in a sauce made from bread and coconut milk ($25). Stop by on Wednesday nights or Sunday brunch service to hear live samba from local musicians. Samba Kitchen, indeed!