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In addition to the nation's namesake wax job and trademark hotties, Brazil's also got cuisine worth coveting. Once housed in a gas station nearby, Cypo Café moved into its own snug little spot on Collins Ave. Dig into picanha with farofa (soft, flavorful rump cap cut, unique to Brazil, served with yuca flour), or beans and rice and fried yucca for $15.50 at this Miami Beach restaurant. Top it off with passion fruit mousse for $3. Beers run $3 and $3.50 for imports so you can eat and drink yourself into a comfortable stupor for minimal moolah.
The Brazilian diaspora is all over town now, but its most marvelous manifestations are often hiding in places off the beaten path. Like that ultrasmooth Rio de Janeiro-style wax job inside your new girlfriend's old jeans. Or singer Rose Max's euphoria-inducing sets in candlelit bars, beyond the glare of thumping nightclubs. Cypo Café is also tucked away, although its purpose is to bring you pleasure in broad daylight. The owners, from the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil's heartland,... More »
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