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We have the top three picks for this Monday, and below there is a list of bars and lounges that are always a good option.

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Samba do Trabalhador (Tijuca) – If you are looking for an off-Zona Sul (South Zone) spot to enjoy traditional Brazilian music, Samba do Trabalhador is the place to go.

Samba do Trabalhador (The Worker’s Samba) was created in 2005 and is specially dedicated to the workers, who go straight to the roda de samba when they get off the clock.

Renascença Clube – Rua Barão de São Francisco, 54 – Andaraí (Tijuca)

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Samba da Gávea (Gávea) – Tonight, the Samba da Gávea returns to Casa da Gávea, at starting from 8PM.

Musicians Alfredo Del Penho, Bruno Barreto, João Cavalcanti, Luís Filipe de Lima, Paulino Dias, Pedro Miranda and
Thiago da Serrinha will entertain the audience with a great repertoire of samba classics.

Casa da Tata – Rua Professor Manoel Ferreira, 89 – Gávea

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Neon Party (Copacabana) – Tonight, the Baronezza Club, in Copacabana, will host the Neon Party, at 11PM.

American DJ James Blow, from Miami, and Brazilian DJ Mateus Massoxe will spin the latest hits from Brazilian funk, hip hop, reggaeton and pop. There will be open bar for beer, caipirinha and caipivodka until midnight.

Baronezza Club – Avenida Prado Júnior, 63 – Copacabana

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Winehouse (Botafogo)
Winehouse is a wine bar run by a British expat that has brought an eclectic range of wines to Rio including a mix of fabulous national wines and international favorites. There is also a great selection of nibbles and cheese boards. For those that aren’t too keen on wine, there is plenty of beer and cocktail options too. Happy hour begins at 6PM and finishes at 8PM.
Winehouse – 6PM
Rua Paulo Barreto, 25 – Botafogo – Tel: (21) 3264-4101
Entrance: FREE

Pavão Azul (Copacabana)
Pavão Azul is a lively bar in Copacabana, famous for its exceptionally cold beers and prawn pastels. It gets crowded there every night, making every day of the week seem like the weekend.
Pavão Azul – 6:30 PM – 1AM
Rua Hilário de Gouvêia, 71 – Copacabana – (21) 2236-2381
Entrance: FREE

Blue Agave Copa (Copacabana)
As well as great drinks and authentic Mexican food, the Blue Agave bar in Copacabana is one of the best places to watch live sports. Make sure to check out the original Blue Agave located in Ipanema also.
Blue Agave – 6PM
Rua Aires Saldanha 21C – Copacabana– Tel: (21) 3592-9271
Entrance: Free

Shenanigan’s (Ipanema)
With classic pub games like darts and pool, Ipanema’s Shenanigan’s is always a great spot to visit. Monday through Friday, Happy Hour is 6PM to 8PM and Monday is half-price steak night starting at 8PM.
Shenanigan’s Irish Pub – 7PM
Rua Visconde de Pirajá, 122A (Upstairs) – Ipanema – Tel: (21) 2267-5860
Entrance: See venue for details.

Lord Jim Pub (Ipanema)
Lord Jim Pub in Ipanema is a great place to go for live streaming national and international sports. Promotions during the night include two-for-one specials on Jim’s Lager. Happy Hour is also from 6PM to 8PM on Mondays through Friday.
Lord Jim’s Pub – 6PM
Rua Paul Redfern, 44 – Ipanema – Tel: (21) 2249-4881
Entrance: R$15

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