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BarBossa
Brazilian Restaurant$$
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232 Elizabeth St #1 New York, NY 10012
232 Elizabeth Street #1USNew YorkNew York10012
(212) 625-2340
$$Brazilian Restaurant, South American Restaurant
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Intimate tile-lined "boteco" (cafe/bar) offering Brazilian-inspired food & cocktails.- Google
"We stumbled onto this and at $6 for a well made cocktail."
"The Eggplant Polenta Parmigiana and Portuguese Seafood Stew are must-haves."
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Mary Raphael George
2 months ago
The sandwich was really tasty and different. The setting was cute and the menu was diverse. The service was not speedy but it was OK. The sangria was tasty and the vibe was nice. It is a nice place to catch up with a friend.
Julia Gibb
8 months ago
My Brazilian roommate led me to this place and they have excellent baked eggs with salted cod. the caipirinhas are tasty as well. There is rarely a huge line for brunch - which is nice in this neighborhood.
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Craig Turpin
3 years ago
This tiny little bar has been a favorite of mine since I moved to New York. The friendly staff of bar tenders/servers are entertaining and can really mix up a GREAT Caipirinha. I recommend the Jalapeno Caipirinha for a little extra punch! They also have the BEST damn crab dip you'll ever eat served with crustini bread. It's tiny inside so don't take a huge group or if you do call ahead. It's nicely located just south of Houston and just outside the SoHo boundaries giving it all the charm of the neighborhood without all the pretentious snobbery. This bar has all you'll ever need from a local water hole with a great Brazilian flare.
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Cheryl Crow
3 years ago
This is one of my top 3 places in the city. It's a tiny space but the beverages are classic and the crab dip is the best you will ever have. Great services too!
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Katie Harman
7 months ago
I'm not too familiar with Brazilian cuisine -- but I must admit I'm getting better, learning more and eating more of it! The inside is tiny, tiny, tiny. But they use their space pretty efficiently. Small, yet intimate. We sat at a corner table which to be honest, was a bit small for my liking (barely could fit 2 plates/2 people)... but we made do. For the main course, I ordered the Feijoada as per my friend's suggestion. If you don't know what that is... it's traditional in Brazilian culture -- black bean pork stew with collard greens, farofa (or as we like to call it, the "dust") and rice. It's comfort food for sure. I was happily surprised at how much I enjoyed it! There were definitive layers of flavor in every bite. The pork was tender and delicious as well. Overall, a solid dish. I had a bite of my friend's sandwich, the Calabreza (pork sausage, caramelized onions, Gruyere cheese and pico de gallo) which was tasty too. The dessert however, was interesting. We ordered the Romeo, Juliet and the Lover. What a name for a dish! I was immediately intrigued. It's what I would describe as a sampling of sorts. They had 3 Quenelles of Guava paste, Dulce de Leche and Fresh Ricotta. Not my usual, but definitely worth the try! Suggestion: try tasting them alone and then together! Let your pallet work its magic.
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Steven Chu
2 years ago
It's hard finding a good drinks place in the Nolita / SoHo area, especially one with a happy hour so it doesn't break the bank. We stumbled onto this and at $6 for a well made cocktail.. uh yes please?? Happy Hour 5-7pm M-F $6 Mojito $6 Caipirinha Unfortunately the sangria is not part of happy hour and neither are other cocktails. Beer though you could get, yes that is included. Overall, we thought about walking to the EV for $6 drinks.. but it would've tasted like a cheap drink. Didn't want to end up in a "tsk tsk you get what u pay for situation" by going to a cheaper hood.. so very happy with our choice, will be coming here again.
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Vinicius Fortuna
4 years ago
Very good food and drinks for a great value. I had the "Rice Lasagna" and the "Brazilian Piña Colada" cocktail. The drink was good, but I preferred the "Batida de Coco" from my wife though. For dessert we had the "Tapioca" with caramelized banana dessert, and was pretty good too.
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Mike Winston
3 years ago
Great, little cafe. Brazilian influenced dishes. The Eggplant Polenta Parmigiana and Portuguese Seafood Stew are must-haves.