This popular botequim, or Brazilian bistro, is as well known for its drinks as its cuisine. Diners are greeted by festive decor in bold colors—a welcome contrast to the surrounding gray of Williamsburg's south side. Sample traditional dishes, such as moqueca de peix e pirão, a slow-cooked, hearty fish stew, or feijoada, a tasty blend of rice and beans, beef and pork, and collard greens. Pair it with classic Brazilian drinks, such as caipirinhas or coconut-infused cocktails. And if you're in the mood to dance, even better, as there are DJs or live music almost every night of the week.