Copacabana Palace (5 Stars)Rio de Janeiro
Restaurants & Bars
The Copacabana Piano Bar The Copacabana Piano Bar is a sophisticated meeting place, rich with traditional charm. Situated alongside the Copacabana swimming pool, the beauty of the location is enhanced at night by the swimming pool illumination. The Piano Bar offers a wide selection of beverages and tobaccos and a discreet and friendly service. For your entertainment a pianist plays the grand piano every night.
Open hours Daily: From 12:00 to 15:30 and from 19.00 to 01.30.

Hotel Cipriani Restaurant The Hotel Cipriani Restaurant is one of the most sophisticated restaurants in Rio and is patronised by the jet set of Rio. Open for lunch and dinner, the much awarded Hotel Cipriani Restaurant offers the very best of north Italian cuisine in a setting of elegant opulence. Chef Francesco Carli prepares both traditional and innovative Italian dishes. Carli previously worked in the Orient-Express Hotel Cipriani and Palazzo Vendramin in Venice and many of the dishes are the same as those on Hotel Cipriani's menu. Carli is delighted, although not surprised, with the quality of the ingredients he has found in Brazil and only supplements local ingredients with imported items, such as Italian oils and wines, when the Brazilian equivalent would compromise the authenticity and flavour of the dish.
Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Saturday: Lunch: 12.30pm to 3.30pm / Dinner: 7.00pm to midnight
  • Closed on Sunday
    Dress Code: Smart Casual (for both lunch and dinner)


    The Pérgula Restaurant Request a table
    At the poolside Pérgula Restaurant, guests can enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet, buffet or à la carte lunch and al fresco dinners in relaxed surroundings. Tables are available both in the air-conditioned restaurant, or on the terrace overlooking the legendary Copacabana swimming pool.
    Sunday Brunch at the Pérgula Restaurant is renowned in Rio. One of the most striking features of the brunch is the wide selection of both fresh and saltwater seafood prepared by Executive Chef Luis Incao.


    Saturday lunch is another highlight of the Pérgula Restaurant as the Brazilian speciality 'Feijoada' is served. This is a stew which includes a variety of dried meat, bacon, salt pork and ribs, different sausages and, most importantly, the ear, tail and trotter of a pig. Feijoada is served with white rice, farofa (fried manioc flour), kale, sliced oranges and a hot pepper sauce.

    Open hours:

  • Breakfast: 7.00am to 10.30am / Lunch: 12.30pm to 3.30pm / Dinner: 7.00pm to midnight

    Saturday: Feijoada: 12.30pm to 4.30pm Sunday Brunch: 12.30pm to 4.30pm

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