Great environment, great layed back friendly, helpful, and at times, energetic staff. Capoiera cafe arts showcases; includeing incredible displays of Capoeira marshal arts from Brazil, which has contributed in great part to several great dance styles, such as breakdancing i.e. various headstands handstands spin and flip to arm supported face plant moves, then spins back to standing possision, whatever you can think of. Also basic steps are similar to, salsa basics both lead and follow in salsa are similar to Capoeira with longer strides in Capoeira. Also live music showcases of impressive quality, mostly local musicians. Check the schedule, so far i've been twice and it has been a wonderful dining experience.
From a variety of appetizers and imported beers, to great main dishes, fresh fruits and vegatables, traditional Brazillian cooking coupled with wonderful small welcoming atmosphere is a jump kicking combination, that will leave you coming back for seconds, great hang out spot, great dining, great staff, exceptional art showcases and exhibitions of good variety, generally a good vibe from entrance to exit. I'd estimate you would spend $10 to $20 for a good meal at this family run mostly bilingual establishment.
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