Where To Find The Brazilian Spirit In London For The World Cup
Tuesday 10th June 2014
You don't have to go to Rio to find the Carnival spirit of the World Cup - you can get it in London!
The capital has some wonderful Brazilian bars, featuring samba dancing, music and, of course, big screens to watch the games.
We've picked out the five best places to get into the Samba spirit in London.
Fat Ronaldos, Shoreditch
This pop-up bar in Shoreditch has big screens, a Panini Sticker Swap-Shop, DJs - and a barbeque featuring burgers named after top Workd Cup stars. Who fancies a Messi Burger?
347 Old Street
London's top Brazilian bar brings Rio to London all year round. But they are pushing the boat out during the World Cup, with a Brazilian carnival spirit, including samba dancers, capoeira performers, football freestylersand lots of big screens.
Parker Street, London WC2B 5PW
The Brazilian-Sushi fusion restaurant is showing games on their roof terrace on the 38th and 39th floor of the Heron Tower. Not cheap, but you're guaranteed great food and even better views.
Heron Tower, 10 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY
The South American bar in Soho is a stylish place to watch the World Cup, with a Caipirinha in one hand and a caxirola in the other.
6 Poland St, London W1F 8PS
Tia Maria, South Lambeth Road
Live music, big screens and dancers make the Brazilian restaurant in Vauxhall a great place to soak up the World Cup spirit.
126 South Lambeth Road, London SW8 1RB