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SmartShanghai.com Editor's Description
Boteco" loosely translates to "bar/pub/watering hole" in Portuguese. Launched as the most authentic Brazilian joint in a city where "Brazilian" evokes "all-you-can-eat BBQ" and "Samba Night," it's a watering hole built by Brazilians, for Brazilians. The highlight is the caiprinhas, which are outstanding. These come in two versions; original or special. "Special" is things like pineapple flavored, ginger & cloves, coffee, mango, tomato... about 10 options, with more on the way The food is skewed skewed towards Brazilian bar snacks likes shredded chicken wrapped in a soft dough (Coxinhas), cheese dough-balls (Pão De Quiejo) and black bean soup (Caldinho De Feijão).
Boteco's putting on a Brazilian Valentine's dinner. Cast your lascivious gaze upon the flyer for details. It's 598rmb per couple and they're also doing 25% off their wine list to coincide. Booking recommended.
Boteco's dissatisfied with the quality of Wednesdays in Shanghai, so they're putting on a Brazilian/Latin Ladies Night. Free flow sparkling wine from 9-11pm and shots for dancing ladies. DJ NAZ plays Latin and Brazilian hits from 10pm...
Brazilian food and drinks outpost in Found 158 celebrates their Grand Opening with music, dancers, capoiera performers, and of course, Brazilian food and drinks. Starts at 1pm with discounts throughout the day.
Venezuelan expats in Shanghai are offering a chance to try their national dish for brunch at Boteco in Found 158; the acclaimed "arepa," made from ground maize dough or cooked flour. A portion of the proceeds goes to the nonprofit Cuatro...