18 "Brazilian" Restaurants in New York.
Santo Bruklin is a casual Brazilian spot in Carroll Gardens with a nice backyard and some of the best pão de queijo in NYC.
Via Brasil is a classic Brazilian spot in Midtown where you should eat feijoada while listening to live jazz.
Point Brazil is a buffet in Astoria that offers specialty meals on the first Saturday of every month that you should go out of your way for.
Aroma is a Brazilian buffet in Jackson Heights with a great BBQ station in the back.
Beija Flor is a colorful, group-friendly spot in LIC where you’ll find some of the best Brazilian food in NYC.
Rice ‘n’ Beans is a very casual Brazilian spot in Hell’s Kitchen that serves some of the best feijoada in NYC.
TAP is an all-day counter-service spot on the Upper West Side where you should pick up savory Brazilian tapioca crepes for lunch.
Fogo de Chão is an international chain of Brazilian steakhouses with huge location in Midtown where you should eat meat with a group.
This tiny cafe in Soho makes fantastic Brazilian baked goods and sweets like brigadeiros.
Churrascaria Plataforma is a massive Brazilian steakhouse in Hell’s Kitchen with an all-you-can-eat prix-fixe of high-ends meats.
New York Pão de Queijo is a small all-day Brazilian spot in Astoria where you should order a burger on the outdoor patio.
Berimbau is a casual West Village spot that serves the best Brazilian food in NYC.
Favela Grill is a Brazilian spot in Astoria that’s a good option for group dinners, especially on weekends when there’s live music.
Casa is a Brazillian restaurant on a very quiet block of the West Village, and it’s perfect for a nice last-minute meal with a few relatives.