With a name that salutes the community centers that filled Rio de Janeiro in the 19th century, Boteco beckons all walks of life to eat and drink at its contemporary wooden bartop and sleek, square tables. Historically, these centers incorporated the region's diverse array of northern European, Mediterranean, and Arabian cuisines, and Boteco continues this tradition.
In addition to crisping pizzas made from locally sourced ingredients, the chefs simmer pots of Portuguese stew with cod and potatoes, and arrange sizzling sirloin next to rice, black beans, Brazilian pico de gallo, and caramelized plantains. The chefs also use tiny kitchen tools to construct small bites of tapas and appetizers, all while bartenders whet whistles and other woodwind instruments with 50 domestic and imported craft beers alongside wines and mixed drinks.
Nestled inside the Bonaventure Hotel, experienced masseuses maintain 10,000 square feet of pure serenity spread across 11 treatment rooms. Cordoned off into sections for men and women, the facility flaunts amenities such as hydro-jet showers with seven pulsing showerheads and saunas fogged with soothing vapor instead of fog machines stolen from middle-school dances. Bonaventure Club plucks massage techniques from all over the globe, including Thailand where therapists stretch frames with their hands, knees, and feet to amplify the client's flexibility and energy. Pre- or post-treament, clients can unwind in a relaxation lounge stocked with Perrier water, jasmine-rose tea, and snacks, while flipping through magazines or watching a big-screen TV.
Since 1952, Melody Bar and Grill has gathered diners and bargoers in an unvarying array of midcentury comfort and luxury. Amber chandeliers dangle from ornate copper ceilings in the dining area where guests enjoy menu selections such as chicken parmesan and top sirloin culotte steak designed by chef and owner Christian Warren. In the bar area, light fixtures reminiscent of a Japanese dojo illuminate a bar upholstered with tufted brown leather. Matching intricate cocktails with special events throughout the week, Melody hosts Monday evening karaoke.
The poultry patrons at Big Wangs give smashmouth sports fans their fill of multiple HD screens, affordable drinks, and gigantic, tasty wings at a lively East Coast–style bar atmosphere. Browse the menu to find an array of tangy sauces, from garlic buffalo to chipotle barbecue, to deck out the plump drumettes ($6.49–$18.75). Pair a frothy 34-ounce brew, such as Sierra Nevada ($9.50), with the tasty tater tots ($3.50) to lovingly douse the championship coach within your stomach. Diners can also dig their digits into savory handhelds such as the blackened ahi sandwich ($12.49) or Big Wangs burger ($9.99).
• One pizza (up to a $12.50 value) • One pitcher of beer (a $20 value) • One hour of pool (an $18 value) • Valet parking (a $4 value) Spot 5750 maintains an exclusive, hedonistic atmosphere with more than 60 plasma HDTVs in 25,000 square feet of space. Pop by for dinner or a midnight snack: the kitchen at Spot 5750 stays open until 1:30 a.m., fueling late-night revelry and helping owls to wake up in time for their favorite infomercials. Gourmet pizzas arrive in four flavors, including barbecue chicken, which blends three cheeses, red onion, and cilantro with its namesake poultry ($12.50), classic pepperoni ($11), a ham, sausage, pepperoni and ground beef meat lovers' pie ($12.50), and mixed vegetable, which mixes three cheeses, onion, pepper, and mushrooms ($12). Diners can wash down their meals with a pitcher of brew from the full bar, sharing glasses with friends or any stranger bold enough to bring an extra-long straw.
Not your typical sports bar, REALLY comfortable with plush leather couches & booths all over the place!! Huge TV's and you can actually carry on a conversation with your friends!! The Food is awesome!! Drinks are great and inexpensive, Go to the web site for all the Parking secrets!! You will love it!!