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Rio de Janeiro is famous for its beaches, bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It should come as no surprise that there are outstanding seafood restaurants in the city. If you are not budget conscious, Margutta or Satyricon are the first ones you should try. The excellent seafood is served with an Italian accent, the wine lists are worth going through. These are sophisticated restaurants in Ipanema. Associate the meal to a visit to the jewelers and boutiques on Rua Garcia D'Ávila, and surroundings. 

Marius Crustáceos, in Leme, has an interesting proposal. There is a self-serve buffet with oysters, squid, sea urchin, tuna, salmon. Hot dishes like seafood spaghetti are also included in the fixed price. Don't even try to pronounce the name, a tongue twister unless you speak Italian or Spanish. Not far is Shirley's, one of the most traditional restaurants in Leme. They serve seafood prepared Spanish style in a cozy atmosphere. 

Marisqueira, in Copacabana, has a tradition of 50 years, and a Portuguese accent. Sol e Mar is another Portuguese option. Still in Copa, Pampa Oceano serves fresh  seafood rodizio-style (all you can eat) and the hot dishes are excellent. At Siri Mole & Cia the accent is Brazilian. Azul Marinho in addition to seafood features a lovely view to Arpoador Beach.

You will probably spend one day beach-hopping, and a perfect way to end it is with a meal at Candido's, or Tia Palmira, off-Barra. If you went by taxi it would cost you a fortune. This is the kind of adventure that is more fun to do together with a local who knows how to get there (and owns a car). The food is worth it, and portions are big enough for two. For a romantic date choose Laguna, the meal starts with a boat trip to the island where it is located.

In the Downtown area try Albamar. It's a good choice to associate to a walking tour around the historical attractions, churches and museums nearby. Sentaí is open for lunch only, serving the best lobster by far. At rodízio style restaurants they also serve barbecued fish steaks, usually salmon, and Brazilian fish like the robalo, or congro. Of course you will find the mandatory assortment of sushis an sashimis at Japanese restaurants.

Azul Marinho Ipanema Rua Francisco Bhering, s/n
2513-5014
Margutta Ipanema Av. Henrique Dumont, 62
2259-3887
Satyricon Ipanema Rua Barão da Torre, 192
2521-0955
Marisqueira Copa Rua Barata Ribeiro, 232
2547-3920
O Peixe Vivo Copa Rua Tonelero, 76
2255-9225
Pampa Oceano Copa Rua Duvivier, 21
2541-4147
Siri Mole Copa Rua Francisco Otaviano, 50
2523-4240
Shirley Leme Rua Gustavo Sampaio, 610
2275-1398
Marius Crustraceos Leme Av. Atlantica, 290A
2104-9002
Barracuda Flamengo Aterro do Flamengo (Marina)
2265-4641
Tia Palmira Guaratiba Caminho de Souza, 18
2410-8169
Candidos Guaratiba Rua Barros de Alarcão, 352
2417-1630
Quatro Sete Meia Guaratiba Est. Barra de Guaratiba, 476
2417-1716
Albamar Centro Rua Marechal Âncora, 184
2240-8378
Beco do Carmo Centro Rua do Carmo, 55 2nd floor
2232-8903
Sentai Centro Rua Barão de São Félix, 75
2233-8358
Vice-Rey Barra Av. Monsenhor Ascânio, 535
2493-1683
Bar do Mar Barra Av. Ayrton Senna, 1795
3329-7535
Laguna Barra Ilha da Gigóia, 46
2495-1229
4 Estacoes Barra Ilha da Coroa, 20
2493-4444
Camarada Camarao Barra Rio Design Barra, 3rd floor
3325-9882
Sol & Mar Botafogo Av. Nestor Moreira, 11
2295-1896
Sobrenatural Santa Teresa R. Almirante Alexandrino, 432
2224-1003
 
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