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Brazilian

  1. trendlet
    The Tapioca Crêpe Is New York’s Next Great Breakfast TrendYou will find various incarnations at Beach Bistro 96, Market Ipanema, OCA, and TAP NYC.
  2. Openings
    Brigadeiro BakeryA Brazilian bakery is opening in Soho.
  3. Closings
    Kikafulo Brazilian Restaurant Closes in PalmsThe shutter marks a poignant footnote to the tragic story of slain founder Monica Beresford-Redman.
  4. Openings
    First Look at Brasilina, Serving Classic Brazilian Food in Hell’s KitchenThe restaurant soft-opens tomorrow.
  5. Reopenings
    Zabumba Becomes KikaFulo Brazilian Cuisine & MusicHopefully, the new name drives away some of the tragic history.
  6. Crime Scenes
    Zabumba Landlord Taking Control of Troubled RestaurantThe transfer stymies purchase attempts from the slain owner’s sisters.
  7. Zabumba
    Zabumba In ‘Dire Financial Shape’The sisters of the slain owner are seeking permission to buy the deed for one dollar.
  8. Zabumba
    Monica’s Sister Looking To Buy ZabumbaThe purchase proposal comes after the landlord filed an eviction notice.
  9. Strip Search
    Strip Search: Hillhurst Avenue, Los FelizWhere to get James Beard Award-winning tacos, a heart-warming lunch, and an affordable Maudite on the adorable Los Feliz street.
  10. Strip Search
    Strip Search: 10800 Block of Venice Blvd., Palms and Culver CityThree suggestions that will fill you full of yak meat, lamb, and Brazilian pizza.
  11. For Sale
    Permission Granted for Zabumba’s SaleA judge grants rights to the sisters of the slain owner to put the property on the auction block, but a battle still looms over who gets the assets.
  12. Coming Soon
    Corcovado Brazilian Grill Coming to West AdamsTraditional cuisine is promised with teases of a churrascaria.
  13. Menus
    Whist Starts Turntable-to-Table DinnersTony DiSalvo takes a cue from Hubert Keller with new deejay-driven menus.
  14. User's Guide
    Where to Eat Around the World and Watch the World Cup in L.A.Even if soccer isn’t your favorite sport, The World Cup offers a tremendous opportunity to try new cuisines.
  15. Crime Scenes
    Judge Grants Zabumba Rights to Monica’s SistersThough the victim’s will to execute is still in question, her relatives will take control for the next 90 days.
  16. Openings
    Bella Vista Brings Brazilian Pizza to Culver CityAll-you-cat pie is available at Culver City’s Brazilian Mall.
  17. The Ohter Critics
    Elements Enchants Virbila; J Gold Deems Pal Cabron Muy ChingonBricia and Fernando Lopez score with their sandwiches and Onil Chibas pleases Irene in Pasadena.
  18. Mediavore
    FDA Slacks on Inspections; Where to Eat ‘Motor Oil’Food manufacturing sites could use more oversight and Pismo Beach serves a decadent dessert.
  19. Missing Persons
    Zabumba Owner Missing in MexicoMonica Beresford-Redman left her Cancun hotel to go shopping and has not returned.
  20. What to Eat
    Total Cheeseballs!Who makes the best pão de queijo in town?
  21. Openings
    Samba Brazilian Steakhouse Gets Hip(s) in Studio CityYou can now find dancing girls, skewered meats, and Caipirinhas under one roof.
  22. The Other Critics
    Studio at Montage Laguna Beach Scores with L.A. Times; L.A. Mag Feels Split onS. Irene Virbila enjoys the views and food at Studio at Montage, and L.A. Mag is undecided on Warren Schwartz’ new place.
  23. Blechtacular
    Brazilian Cone Pizza: The Taste TestPizza served in a cone. Yea or nay?
  24. Slideshow
    First Look at Beco, Serving Brazilian Brunch Next WeekWilliamsburg’s under-the-radar Brazilian boteco.
  25. Openings
    What to Eat at Favela Cubana, Opening TomorrowMojitos or caipirinhas? Tough choice.
  26. What to Eat Tonight
    Haute Brazilian at Café Boulud — Limited Time Only!We’ve got nothing against your typical feijoada, the black-bean stew that’s Brazil’s national dish and often as dark and heavy as a neutron star. But though there are fine meals to be had in “Little Brazil” (which you can find on 45th and 46th Streets near Fifth Avenue), New Yorkers rarely get to taste the best of what the country has to offer. This week, as Rob and Robin point out in the magazine, top Brazilian chefs João Leme and Fred Frank have been cooking more nuanced, tropical-tinged dishes at Café Boulud. Their repetoire includes a high-end feijoada, which will be served, once the chefs leave at the end of the weekend, every Saturday this month. But we’d try some of their other dishes while there’s still time.