With the Rio Olympics finally here, there are many New York City restaurants getting in on the action, but none shining a spotlight on the Olympic stage quite like these six restaurants which have created a taste of Brazil with their “Celebrate Rio” campaign, incorporating the country’s native dishes and ingredients, national cocktails and a specialized Beer Menu from around the world.
- Industry Kitchen, South Seaport
- Black Hound, Battery Park City
- Merchants River House, Battery Park City
- Pound & Pence, Financial District
- SouthWestNY, Financial District
- Treadwell Park, Upper East Side
All six of these great bars and restaurants are operated by luxury restaurant and hotel group Merchants Hospitality, the organizers behind the “Celebrate Rio” campaign.
To help instill nationalistic pride across the community, catch a watch party at any of these restaurants all month long, providing golden opportunities to join in on the celebration, wear your country’s indigenous colors, revel in the excitement, accompanied by incredible drinks and food specials.
Best of all, each restaurant will bring their own cultural twist, unique interpretation and variety of Brazilian dishes and drinks to the spotlight, which will include cocktail highlights like these:
And for beer lovers, favorites at each location will include: Baladin Isaac (Italy), Coniston Bluebird Bitter (United Kingdom), Nøgne ø Imperial Brown Ale (Norway), 3 Fonteinen Beersel Blond (Belgium), La Trappe Dubbel (France), Radeberger Zwickelbier (Germany), Brooklyn Brewery The Defender (United States) and Way Beer (Beer (a craft brewery in Pinhais, Brazil that utilizes specialty Amazonian fruits), and many more craft beers.
Be sure to make it out to one of these locations before the Olympics end!
Submitted via Viewing NYC Tips
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