Rio, a perfect city that is almost impossible to not love. But Tony only wishes that he could enjoy his time more in this Brazilian paradise as he nervously awaits his wife's Jiu Jitsu battle.Go to Episode
Tony and local chef/restaurant owner, Danni Camillo eat at Galeto Sat’s in Copacabana.
Rua Barato Ribeiro, 7
Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Local chef/restaurant owner, Danni Camillo, took Tony to Bar Urca, a restaurant right on the water in Urca. Like most patrons, Tony and Danni ordered beer and seafood snacks and ate along the seawall next to the restaurant.
Rua Cândido Gaffrée, 205
Urca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Cadeg Market- Adega Cesari
Tony and his wife enjoyed lunch at Adega Cesari, a Churrascaria located at the Cadeg Market. Ottavia has been on a strict training diet, so the all-meat, no-carb menu was quite inviting.
Rua Capitão Felix, 110
Benfica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Barraca Do Uruguay
Tony wandered to Barraca Do Uruguay, located on Ipanema Beach. This was actually the same vendor he went to 10 years before on A Cook’s Tour! Here, Tony got a delicious sandwich and several caipirinhas.
Near Posto (lifeguard tower) 9 on Ipanema Beach
Mirante Da Prainha
Come for the seafood, and stay for the view at Mirante da Prainha. Tony met up with local, Dolores, at this seaside restaurant that is nestled into the underdeveloped, secluded beach.
On the side of the road on Ave Estado da Guanabara at Prainha Beach
Padaria e Confeitaria Ipanema (Juice Bar)
Tony met up with Cristiano Nogueira, a local writer, to see how the beach bums in Rio start their day… which a juice.
Rua Visc de Piraj 325
Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The Gracie family is committed to “developing the most effective system of self-defense the world has ever known.” In 2007, Kyra Gracie started Kapacidade Institute, a gym and education center for young favela dwellers.
Rocinha local, Paulo Amendoim, took Tony on a tour the Favela.