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By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - While Rio's much adored botecos (bars) are known as great places to gather over chopps (draft beer) and snacks, they are not often on the culinary map, especially when they are located in one of the many favela communities across the city. Yet Bar do David, in Morro Chapéu-Mangueira in Zona Sul (South Zone), set behind Leme, was recently named as the Best Buteco in Brazil.

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