There's a little piece of Brazil tucked in amongst the storefronts and shops on Chicago's Lawrence Avenue. Brazilian Bowl welcomes diners into its cozy space with traditional, homemade Brazilian food, made with Angus-certified beef and accented with sauces that earned their own segmenton Chicago's Best. Feijoada—a black bean and meat stew, which is Brazil's national dish and featured prominently on the country's flag—provides a perfectly hearty introduction to the restaurant's warming cuisine. Between bites, guests can sip juice-bar creations and smoothies blended with fresh fruit. They can also browse a wide variety of Brazilian products in the restaurant's colorful grocery area.