Try New York's Oldest Brazilian Restaurant Before Rooftop Drinks For A Lively Midtown Date
For those who have never been to Brazil, Via Brasil in Midtown is an authentic taste of what you've been missing, and for those who have, the food is sure to transport you right back. Try the national dish of Brazil, Feijoada Completa, a black bean stew with fresh and dried beef, salted and fresh pork, bacon, sausage, and ribs that is served with collard greens, rice, sliced orange, and farofa. There is also live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays, perfect for relaxing as you sip Caipirinhas.
Then head towards Bryant Park, where, twenty-five stories up, the lavish Elsie Rooftop sits. Come for nightcap from their progressive mixology program, while checking out the 25th floor penthouse, an all-season destination with stylish indoor and outdoor seating options.
34 W 46th Street, Manhattan
1412 Broadway, Manhattan