By Mary Bolling Blackiston, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Eat in Rio, a three-year old publishing company specializing entirely in gastronomy, is an increasingly popular resource for food-lovers looking to discover new restaurants in Rio. Their service includes a guidebook (in Portuguese) as well as vouchers for use in 184 restaurants, offering a two main courses for the price of one.
While the vouchers are a huge attraction, Eat in Rio emphasizes that it is a guide above all else, not a discount service. This comprehensive guide aims to maintain interest in older restaurants, while constantly remaining . . .