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Five in five: where to find Brazilian food in New Orleans 

Brazilian Market & Cafe
2424 Williams Blvd., Kenner, (504) 468-3533
Saturdays feature traditional feijoada, a stew of black beans and smoked pork, served with stewed greens, farofa and orange slices.

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Cafe Adelaide & the Swizzle Stick Bar
300 Poydras St., (504) 595-3305
The Crescent City Smash includes the Brazilian sugar cane liquor cachaca, lime and orange juices, Benedictine, Pimm's and Hoodoo chicory liqueur.

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527 Julia St., (504)
Brazilian specialties include salpicao, a chicken salad made with raisins, peas, peppers, cucumbers, cheese and shoestring potatoes.

Churra's Brazilian Grill
3712 Williams Blvd., Suite A, Kenner, (504) 467-9595
Options include churrascaria-style grilled meats and a buffet salad bar with fried yuca and Brazilian pastries.

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  • Picture credit: Adrian Carrillo

Fogo de Chao
614 Canal St., (504) 412-8900
The Brazilian steakhouse chain serves the specialty picanha cut, a fat-capped sirloin steak.


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