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Rio takes an appropriately laid back approach to after-dark activities — the crowds generally hit the streets around 9pm to sip chilled cervejas beers and enjoy bar snacks at a botequim traditional Brazilian bar , before moving on to their chosen dance spot, live music venue or street party. In the botequins' patrons enjoy an informal vibe as they share frosty beers and munch away on hot mostly fried finger food known as salgados. The most popular include pasteis pastry pockets filled with cheese, shrimp or meat , bolinhos croquettes and torresmo pork crackling.
Hordes of friendly locals crowd the bar and spill out onto the sidewalk, sharing huge bottles of beer and enjoying the excellent pataniscas de bacalhau Portuguese salt cod fritters. Rio has a vibrant dance culture that has been here for hundreds of years. During the week, Carioca de Gema in Lapa is a reliable option. Here you can shuffle the night away to live music played by some of the best samba bands in Brazil.
The dance movements are all very much about close encounters — the steps are a little more rigid compared to the fluid moves of samba, but once you get the hang of it, it's just as addictive. Complete with a laid back, bohemian vibe, hundreds of year olds start their evenings here before heading to the many nearby bars and restaurants. Free sporadic entertainment is on offer and might include live bands, jugglers, pop-up theatre shows and skateboarders.
You can while the entire night away under the stars here, meeting new friends and enjoying the cheap drinks sold by street vendors. Lapa is the most popular area for bar hopping in the whole of Rio de Janeiro.
Originally a neighborhood where only artists or the less privileged would venture, it is now the most vibrant part of Rio de Janeiro post-sunset. There are dozens of bars to choose from, mostly within a few blocks of the Lapa Arches. Another area that is making waves in the Rio bar scene is Botafogo. Conveniently located just a quick taxi or metro ride from the most popular beach neighborhoods of the Zona Sul, Botafogo has seen a number of quirky bars and artisanal beer specialists open in the years following the Olympics.