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Where do bartenders drink? With Jonas Aisengart, from Quartinho Bar, in RJ

Where do bartenders drink? With Jonas Aisengart, from Quartinho Bar, in RJ

Plastic artist, mixologist and restaurateur. However, anyone who thinks that the list of activities for Jonas Aisengart over: he is still a businessman and a partner in three houses in Rio de Janeiro, bar room of Pope It’s from Chanchada.

natural of Wonderful city Jonas became a bartender in 2016. Two years later, alongside Edu Araújo, came the Quartinho, in Botafogo, his first endeavor.

Today, with the other two businesses open, he still provides consultancy services and explores other flavors and aromas around the city.

Passionate about the alchemy of alcoholic experiments, when he’s not behind the counters or in charge of his homes next to his partners, which today are among the most disputed in the world. Rio de Janeirothe professional honors other good bars in the capital of Rio de Janeiro.

Check below the Jonas Aisengart’s tips where to take great drinks in Rio de Janeiro :

Liz Cocktail & Co.

Liz is located on the traditional Dias Ferreira, a street full of bars in Leblon, and has a beautiful authorial menu. I also consider the execution of classic cocktails perfect.

It’s also very nice to see the bartender Jose Ronaldo working, who dominates the bar like few others.

Rua Dias Ferreira, 679A – Leblon, Rio de Janeiro – RJ / Tel.: (21) 97099-8506 / Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 5 pm to 1 am and Sunday from 5 pm to midnight.

Spirit Cup Bar

The Spirit is located inside the Fairmont, a sophisticated hotel in Copacabana. From the drinks menu, I highlight the dry martini (R$ 45).

The experience of having a cocktail overlooking the sea of ​​Copa makes this bar one of my favorite places to get away from the Botafogo/Ipanema circuit.

Avenida Atlântica, 4240 – Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro – RJ / Tel.: (21) 2525-1232 / Opening hours: Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 11 pm and Friday and Saturday from 11 am to 12 am.

table bar

Located in Humaitá, Meza is a reference place for being a pioneer in cocktails in the city. The place calls itself a “cosmopolitan gastrobar with a carioca essence”.

The brigade is very friendly and the atmosphere in the house is super pleasant – and also pet friendly.

Rua Capitão Salomão, 69 – Humaitá, Rio de Janeiro – RJ / Tel.: (21) 3239-1951 / Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 6 pm to 1 am and Sunday from 5 pm to 11 pm.

Our Ipanema

O Daniel Esteban head bartender at Nosso, is a very talented guy and is always very welcoming.

It’s one of the few places where I don’t end up drinking classics, since his cocktail shop has a more alcoholic and sober feel to the classics I usually drink.

Between starters and main courses, the house food is also always fantastic.

Rua Maria Quitéria, 91 – Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro – RJ / Tel.: (21) 99619-0099 / Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 6:30 pm to 12:30 am and Sunday from 6:30 pm to 11 pm.


I like to take a walk around Ipanema when I’m at Pope and Mäska has a really nice bar.

From Fitzgerald, Moscow Mule to Penicillin, the list of classics is vast and the team works very well. To accompany, with a menu that takes Asian touches, it is also one of the highlights.

Rua Joana Angélica 159 – Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro – RJ / Tel.: (21) 9997-0250 / Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday and Sunday from 12 pm to 11 pm; Wednesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 00:00.

Source: CNN Brasil