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When you want to know the social character of a city, you go where the people drink and eat; in Paris it’s the Café, in London it’s the pub, in Rio de Janeiro it is without a doubt the boteco bar, the little corner bar that is a local institution, as immortalized in the Noel Rosa samba “Conversa de Botequim.”

The Barraco Café has indeed brought the Brazlian boteco bar to London, specifically in Kilburn, with its sizeable Latin American community, both living in and passing through the area. It’s a great place to meet Latin Americans in London.

The Barraco Café is characterized by its homely size, tiled walls, ceiling fans, and above all its neighbourly feel, the Barraco Café is a place where you can feel instantly at ease, soothe over a glass of beer, and have a bate-papo (chat), perhaps to the sound of a television rattling out a soccer game. The standard beverage of choice is the basic cerveja (bottled beer), or a cut above, chopp – draft beer, cultivated as a national shrine.


Open 7 days a week
From 12:00 Noon to 11:00pm

Live music every
Friday – Saturday – Sunday


BARRACO CAFÉ LIMITED
10 Kingsgate Place
NW6 4TA – London
Kilburn

020 7604 4664

barraco.cafe@btconnect.com

www.barracocafe.co.uk

 

 

 

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