Popular in Rio de Janeiro, Boteco Rainha arrives in São Paulo in May

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People from São Paulo who are in love with Rio de Janeiro certainly already know or have heard about this place. Those who have never been will now be able to get to know him up close: funky Boteco Rainha by the carioca chef Pedro Artagão will open the doors in Sao Paulo on the 20th of May.

As in Cidade Maravilhosa, on Rua Dias Ferreira, in Leblon, the place will open in a neighborhood known for its bars and restaurants, Itaim Bibi.

Rainha, as it is affectionately called, has a menu inspired by Portuguese and Spanish bars, in addition to the culture of carioca bars mainly in what was served in the past and is not often found nowadays.

In Rio de Janeiro, the success has been huge since opening in 2020. On weekends, the wait is long. The house does not take reservations and here in São Paulo it will follow the same rule. It will open every day, from 12pm to 1am, and will have 70 seats.

The menu in São Paulo is 100% the same as in Rio. So, regulars can rest assured because the famous entrances of the house can be found there.

If you are going for the first time, the unmissable Torresmo de Barriga (R$ 28) is the suggestion to start. Sardines marinade (R$28) and fried sardines (R$28); Cod wank (R$40), Shrimp VG à Ramiro (R$94), Lobster Croquette (R$48), Shrimp Pastel (R$38), among other delicacies are also on the menu.

Rainha also has main dishes, which serve two to three people, such as the seafood frying pan with vegetables in olive oil (R$210); Duck rice and sausages (R$ 152); French steak (128), among other options. For dessert, don’t miss the Torta de natas (R$22).

The drinks menu is full of suggestions: House shakes; Rooster tail; Mary soft; Negroni; gin and tonic; Aperol Spritz. The Casa Irajá line, which includes Brut, Brut Rosè and Chardonnay, is also present. Not to mention the options of wines, drinks and beers, and of course, the draft beer – very well taken in Rio de Janeiro.

The decoration of the São Paulo version will follow the Rio de Janeiro line, with Portuguese tiles, shelves that refer to warehouses and classic chandeliers from pubs.

Boteco Rainha belongs to the irajá group , which has Artagon at the helm. The chef has eight restaurants in Rio and this unit at Rainha will be his first business in São Paulo.

Rua Pedroso Alvarenga, 1173, Itaim Bibi, São Paulo – SP / Opening hours: every day, from 12pm to 1am.

Source: CNN Brasil

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