Miss Favela is more than a Brazilian restaurant in New York.
Inspired by the bars of Rio de Janeiro, Miss Favela’s casual decor is full of beautiful details. It’s known in the NY Brazilian music scene for its quality programming, with amazing artists representing different musical genres, such as Forró, Samba, and Pagode.
Located in Williamsburg, a part of Brooklyn that breathes art, it attracts all kinds of people: neighborhood denizens, Brazilians, and people from around the world, who come expressly to experience authentic Brazilian culture and cuisine.
For nostalgic and curious palates, the restaurant features a menu filled with Brazilian staples, including Moqueca de Peixe, Tutu a Mineira, and Feijoada. Also on the menu are Brazilian appetizers: coxinha, frango a passarinho, bolinho de bacalhau, pão de queijo; and Brazil’s official drink, the delicious Capirinha.
Miss Favela is a restaurant that stimulates all the senses; a space to entertain friends, to feel at home, and lots and lots of dancing.
After all, life is nothing without food, love, friends, and celebration!