Acaraje da Nega Teresa

Cuisine: Brazilian, Latin

Price: $



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High on a hillside in the boho, historic neighborhood of Santa Teresa, each weekend sees Nega Teresa set up her chandelier-lit stall selling authentic Bahian acaraje (pronouced a-kah-rah-jay). These...  Read More


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  • Best for Santa Teresa's Best Restaurants Because: Sipping a beer and chatting to locals while waiting for your acaraje to be ready is a delicious Santa Teresa experience
  • Best for Street Food Because: Acaraje can be found across the city, but Nega Teresa's is arguably the best, and the great location is a plus, too.
  • Best for Take Out Because: Locals gather here at weekends to tuck into delicious Northeastern food, sip a beer and catch up on gossip.

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