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For years, Cafe Brazil has been the go-to spot for Denverites looking for a taste of South America. Unlike most of the Brazilian restaurants in this country, it isn't a churrascaria -- but rather a proper Brazilian (and Latin American) restaurant that offers all the greatest hits of a canon that spans several countries. The space is casual and often crowded, the service friendly, and the food stands as a good survey of all the influences (Spanish, Italian, French and indigenous) that have made South American cuisine one of the most interesting ethnic culinary diversions to come along. Bonus points for the new rum bar, featuring over 80 different types of rum.
Picking the Best Vegetarian Dish in a Non-Vegetarian Restaurant for the Best of Denver 2012 was a tough task. The owners of omnivorous restaurants have really gone above and beyond lately to cater to... More »
While Denver is filled Mexican food outlets, restaurants that delve into the vast gastronomic offerings of the rest of Central and South America are in short supply. Still, there are some worthy spots... More »
No. 83: Cazuela Colombiana from Cafe Brazil Every single time I go to Cafe Brazil, I feel compelled to study the menu -- a menu that I've all but memorized -- even though I nearly always order the ... More »
Many Americans fondly remember food from their childhood -- a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on Wonder Bread for lunch, macaroni and cheese for dinner. But those aren't the comfort foods of my youth... More »
As cocktail culture ramped up in Colorado and many spots started focusing on gin-and-housemade-tonic or drinks that were brown, bitter and stirred, Café Brazil decided to give drinkers a place where they could learn about sugarcane spirits, so they added a beach-themed Rum Room. The best education is delivered in the rum flights, lineups that each showcase four of the spot's 75 offerings. For an understanding of what aging does to alcohol, try the Flor de Cana flight, which offers a... More »
When the original owner lost Cafe Brazil in the early '90s, Tony and Marla Zarlenga took it over and saved the name because Brazil has a great culture, a great spirit and a great reputation -- and they wanted to channel that. But instead of a strictly Brazilian restaurant, they created a novolatino place that offers a contemporary interpretation of the cuisine of South America with influences from the Mediterranean. It's a unique world of the couple's own creation that influences... More »
This is wonderful food and atmosphere. It is a little expensive so bring your wallet but definately well worth it. Fish is their specialty and I would recommend to go off of their weekly specials when you do attend.
Oh Brazil. The word itself is a fantasy. Cafe Brazil is a perfect backdrop to my fantasy with that delicious looking French man who stars in the steamy shower scene in Sex & the City to Cafe Brazil. I would order one of their colorful amazonian alcoholic beverage, sip it slowly and let the bouncy south american beat music inspire the rest of the romance for the night to turn into day.... I honestly don't remember the food I ate here, but more importantly I remember how it awakened my taste buds. I enjoyed the authenticity of this quiet spot in the highlands. Boys, if you take your lady here, make sure not to stare too hard at the exotic wait staff. When I left the Cafe I found myself wishing I could claim my heritage to South America, only if I could be a Brazilian beauty with a booty .....and a cute accent.
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