Nice sea food (the octopus salad is 👌) and good vibes location. A must try before or after visiting the Sugar Loaf !
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Urca is a nice neighborhood which is not to know to tourists. I've been here during a perfect half day tour with Juliana from Urban Adventures. First we visited the Sugarloaf and than we took a nice stroll from red beach through Urca via "popreta"...More
Horrible service, overpriced food and drinks, careful with leaving an open tab and paying with your card (mine and a friend's were cloned after using it there)
Bar Urca is a very popular place among locals. Get beer and some snacks from the bar and then find a place to sit on the wall facing the Guanabara bay (we liked the crab pie and the cod balls). Getting served at the counter...More
Our meeting point for our sailing lessons with DDrio was right across Bar Urca. We did not wanted to go hungry sailing and Bar Urca is an amazing spot to have lunch or dinner. Delicious food and great service. Highly recommend the shrimp paulista
Went to the restaurant in the second floor (not the bar), really worth it if you like home-cooking style seafood, lots of food, good fish and pulpo, small wine list, big beer selection, staff nice and helpful (even without speaking english)
Don't leave Rio without visiting Urca and especially this Bar where locals gather round for a cold beer and fried typical Caroioca snacks whilst sitting on the promenade and cheering the sunset over the water.
We ate here for lunch after seeing many positive reviews and eating programmes go here. Getting the bus here from Copacabana was straight forward and Bar Urca is really close to the bus stop. We ordered a meat pastel, a cod ball and a beer...More
After a gorgeous sunset view from Sugar Loaf take a 20 minute walk to this great place. We ate on the sea wall after ordering our beer and caipirinha and some food. The caldhino de Fruta de Mare (so?) (seafood soup) was superb. Lots of...More
This is the best place to see the sun set over the sea in Rio, hanging out on the sea wall, drinking Caiparinhas and eating sea food snacks. We liked it so much we ate in the restaurant too, but it was the outdoor bar...More