At Grazie a Dio, which means "thank god" in Italian, there is really a reason to be thankful due to the liveliness of both the environment and the cuisine. The food focuses on Mediterranean cuisine and the mixture of aromas that emanates from the kitchen is wonderful. The filet mignon wrapped in bacon and in a Madeira sauce is definitely worth trying. The restaurant also features live bands that play the ever popular MPB (Brazilian popular music) as well as more traditional music like bossa-nova and of course, samba. The cocktail list is also varied with classics and others that you can only make in Brazil, like the fruit cocktail made with maracujá and caju.
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- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: S. N. Sra. De Fátima-sumaré