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Tucked away from the bustle of Bedford Avenue, this neighborhood gem offers delicious Brazilian food in an intimate candlelit setting. Dinner highlights include a traditional feijoada--smoky and thick stew with ham hock and black beans --and a shrimp stew that gets its bright flavor from coconut milk and cilantro. Brazilian churrasco--grilled meat--is also available, in the form of a simple filet mignon, nicely charred and served with garlicky collard greens. Though the food is the main draw, Beco is also a great place to sip potent caipirinhas and catch a soccer game.