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Bars & Cafes
Botequim Ta Na Hora, the trendy music bar located in Ponta Negra, is a great place to enjoy fantastic drinks, yummy food and great music. Showcasing local and national musical talent regularly, the place is swarming with young music lovers. Affordable prices, a great vibe and awesome music sets Botequim apart from the many bars that thrive in the city. Dedicated to the favorite genre of the city, Tuesday nights are Samba specials!
The in-house watering hole at Lua Cheia Hostel, Taverna Pub is one of the most fascinating theme bars in the city. A medieval-themed bar in a dungeon-like setting, Taverna Pub transports patrons to another century with the help of its decor and various theme nights. Open late, the bar features music by live bands as well as DJs, and is quite a draw even for celebrity visitors to Natal. Guests at the hostel can get in for a discounted price.
Ponta Negra is home to a hep nightlife and some great nocturnal hangs. Rastapé Casa de Forró is a fine example of such a place. The trendy place sports a unique facade of straw roof while the interiors are armed with great acoustics. Rastapé features five individual bars where you can find awesome drinks and delectable appetizers. With a fantastic line up of talented artists, there is never a dull moment here. Drop in to sip on great drinks, soak in the awesome ambiance and enjoy the music; that's what Rastapé Casa de Forró is all about!
Situated in Ponta Negra, which is possibly the most famous neighborhood in the city of Natal, Balacubaco Vitrola Bar attracts the area's artistic set. A place meant for mingling, this is the bar to head to for chilled beer and a casual vibe. Located a short walk away from the popular pizzeria Cipó Brasil, this bar is open six days a week.
Located in Ponte Negro, Sancho Music Bar is one of the most popular music bars in the city. Offering a regular line up of fantastic local and national talent, the place is always buzzing with young people, energy and great music. With uber-cool interiors, the place looks grand, adding to the ambiance and the services offered by the management. Needless to say, time spent here will be memorable and all around awesome.
A wonderful respite from the scorching heat at Ponta Negra beach, Cuore di Panna cools you down with some delicious gelato. Having trained in the art of gelato-making in Italy, the owners of the gelateria are experts at churning out authentic flavors, and there are numerous tasty varieties on offer. Crepes and drinks are also on the menu. Another plus point of Cuore di Panna is the patio with a view of the water.
At Originale Gelateria, ingredients sourced from Italy are combined with local fruits and flavors to create some heavenly frozen treats. An array of tempting gelati and sorbets are on offer, with flavors ranging from After Eight and Banana Caramelizada (caramelized banana) to Flocos Crocante (creamy gelato with crispy milk chocolate flakes) and Ferrero Rocher. The fruity flavors like Mousse Limão and Truffa de Laranja are particularly good.
Paprika is a great place for beer and good food. Facing the beautiful ocean, this pizzeria is unusual in many ways. Established in 2010, the idea behind this place was to combine good food with good music. And yes, it does fulfill your expectations on both parameters. The menu here mostly has pizzas and other Italian dishes with their specialty being seafood. They have a full bar, so you need not worry if you are a whiskey drinker or vodka lover. There are many alcoholic beverages apart from beer. The outdoor seating of this restaurant ensures that along with great food and music, you also enjoy some picturesque views of the ocean. The sunsets from here are breathtaking.
Guinza Blue in Ponta Negra is a part of a bigger venue that also features event spaces and a sushi bar. Best known as a nightly haunt for regular locals, Guinza Blue offers a wide range of drinks, including everything between beers to a great selection of international wines. Showcasing music talent from all over the region, the place is best suited for music-loving individuals, couples and large groups alike.
Whether you want to catch the game, enjoy live music or just meet up with friends, Só Mais Uma Bar is a great spot to pick. Known for its Happy Hour, this bar also features a beer garden. Só Mais Uma Bar's popularity ensures that its gets packed fast; make sure you arrive early enough to grab the best seats.
Established by local resident William Thomas, Bar do Thomas has been around for more than a decade. With a tradition of serving delicious bites and drinks at affordable prices, the bar is a regular hang for the nearby university students. Also available for private parties and events, the management caters to a wide range of requirements. The place also conducts a pre-Carnival event to kick of the festivities.
Pioneers of cheese bread in Brazil, the Casa do Pão de Queijo has more than 400 stores throughout the country. Started in 1967, the brand has become huge and successful. Their signature cheese bread is something that is loved by everyone. Apart from this classic dish, they have other dishes like panini, sandwiches, savory puffs and pastries and pastel de Forno da Vovó, which is nothing but a healthy option of baked pastry. Coffee, cold drinks and other beverages are also available here. With outlets spanning throughout the country, you know where to order from when you are in a mood for some comfort food.