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Aquarelas Brazilian Restaurant in B'more

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City paper just added this restaurant evidently at 1622 Eastern (across from M&T at Broadway). http://www.citypaper.com/eat/place.as...

Anyone know anything about it?

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  1. They have a lot of native Brazilian foods like coxinhas, empadas, pasteis, feijoada (recommended) and flan (recommended). They also have some American cuisine like burgers, buffalo wings, and grilled chicken.

    It's a mix between a quick-serve and sit-down restaurant. They have six small tables, but they also do carry-out and delivery.

    I have eaten there twice already and I think I'm hooked. I can't believe no one else in Baltimore has this kind of food. They don't know what they've been missing.

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    1. re: reddiamond

      Thanks. Definitely need to try it. Maybe this weekend.

      1. re: reddiamond

        Flan isn't Brazilian, it's Spanish. The Brazilian dish is called a quindim.

        1. re: moleque

          You brought up a two year old thread to tempt me with brazilian food?

          1. re: Turkeybone

            Anyone know if this place still exists?

            1. re: chowsearch

              Definitely does NOT exist anymore, and hasn't for a while. I went in search of Brazilian about a year ago after having gotten back from Brazil and still craving the food, and was sorely disappointed to see that it had closed and instead been taken over by yet another Mexican joint with just mediocre tacos. Since then, I've driven by and the ownership appears to have changed again; not sure what it is now, but definitely not Aquarelas.

      2. WAY TO GET MY HOPES UP!!!!!

        1. The South American Grill is a Brazilian restaurent opening in March 09 in Cockeysville www.southamericangrill.com at 574 Cranbrook Rd off of York Rd. 443-989-8902 BYOB not too expensive.

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          1. re: ableclic

            Wow, I'm really excited about this - have been searching for Brazilian (more feijoada vs churrascaria) for while now (see post above)! Thanks for posting - I will be sure to check this one out as soon as it opens!

            I'm sad that because it's in suburbia they feel they have to include "Although many foods served will be authentic South American dishes we make efforts to Americanize many items we serve."