Comfort Suites Brasilia
SHN Quadra 04 Bloco D
Phone: (55) 61 34246000
Fax: (55) 61 34246001
SHN Quadra 04 Bloco D, Brasilia, BR, 70710-934
- Phone: (55) 61 34246000
- Fax: (55) 61 34246001
Bars & Cafes
Velvet Pub is a fantastic destination in Brasilia with a great atmosphere and live music. The dance floor and the stage are underground, and despite the space being rather small, there's still enough room to dance. On the ground floor there's an area with a bar, tables, chairs and sofas, where you can relax and chat. Velvet Pub is easy to get to and there's a parking lot for customers.
The space isn't so big but they still manage to fit tables, the stage, the dance floor and the bar. On Saturdays, when samba is played, there is hardly anyone sitting and there's enough room for everyone to dance. The public is young, mostly under 40. It's a great place to hang out with friends during the week, either for dancing, having some beers or eating tasty kibbehs (a Lebanese finger food made with Bulgar, ground meat and onions). Bar do Calaf has won several awards for offering the best live music and for being the best place for flirting.
Gate's is a traditional pub in Brasilia with a London vibe. There's a different music style each night of the week, pleasing all tastes. The pub has three floors: on the ground floor is the area with the main bar, underground there's the dance floor, the stage, tables and a secondary bar and the second floor is where you'll find the toilets, the kitchen and the smoking area. Fridays and Sundays are the busiest nights and the best for flirting.
If playing pool, listening to music and having a drink with friends is your thing, Poizé Asa Norte is a perfect option. Free pool tables and a great happy hour with double-draft beer are rather appealing features. The bar has two floors, one with pool tables and sofas and another with sofas and a dance floor, where a band or the DJ cheers the place up. The music is diverse: forró (a genre that originated in Northeastern Brazil), Brazilian country music, 80s music, house, hip-hop or funk can be heard at any given time.
A bar and restaurant dedicated to those who know and love Tropicália (a Brazilian cultural movement that arose in the late 1960s with Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil and Os Mutantes as its icons). A lively, colorful decoration gives the environment the Tropicália touch. Besides Devassa draft beer, another popular option of beverage is the Brazilian favorite, the caipirinha. But the classic lime flavor is not the only option, as kiwi, grapefruit, passion fruit and raspberries feature the menu as well, providing a variety of tropical flavors.
Set behind a beverages distributor, Piauí bar started without any ambitions- just some tables and chairs in the back room, where its clients enjoyed having some beer. Most of the clients are university students and the place is normally the first stop of the evening, where people go to have the first drink before going somewhere else. However, some clients like it simple, and for those Piauí is the one and only destination. There are popular appetizers, which makes it a good option to hang out with friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Even being a simple, improvised bar, it has been a success, so the owner has opened a new place called Piauí Premium across the street, with all the structure that a real bar requires.
Outdoors tables throughout the bar and a breezy room provide clients with a pleasant environment. Aside from the obvious cachaça, the best feature of the house is the food. The Saturday feijoada (a beans stew with pork, considered the national dish of Brazil) is a particular favorite, as well as the restaurant's very own traditional arroz de senzala (a risotto made with sausages flambeed with cachaça). This recipe is as well kept as a state secret, and the only thing people can say about it is that it's out of this world. Empório da Cachaça is easy to access both by bus or subway.
Located in a large area, the creative decoration of Botequim 208 includes a fun lighting effect, the result of bottles with lights in them, which makes the environment warm and welcoming. Here you won't be distracted by TVs, because there are none. Instead, enjoy the nice sound of Brazilian music. The volume is kept faint, so neither the customers or the neighbors are disturbed. Here you'll find a great variety of dishes from all sorts of Brazilian regional cuisines, besides over 50 options of appetizers
As the name itself well suggests, Caribeño is the perfect place in Brasilia for those who love dancing. Despite being rather small, this lively, fun club hosts parties and events and it's recommended for anyone who likes to move. If you don't know how to dance, don't let that stop you. There are professional dancers who will teach you the basics. Bachata, forró, Brazilian funk, house, merengue, pop-rock, reggaeton, salsa, samba, Brazilian country music and zouk are all beats you'll be able to dance to all night long in this bar and restaurant.
A chain of four bars (two in São Paulo, one in Brasilia and one in Curitiba), Bar Brahma opened its first house at the corner of two avenues that have become immortalized in Sampa, a widely known song written by Caetano Veloso. Although in Brasilia you can’t brag about having beer at the corner of São João and Ipiranga Avenues, you can still try the most delicious Brazilian finger foods and the cold draft Brahma beer - which gives the bar its name - while listening to very pleasant live music.
If you're looking for a place where you can watch a soccer match, have a low-cost beer and listen to all kinds of music, Bar e Restaurante Os Simpsons is the best option. It's a spacious, ventilated bar easy to access. The most appealing deal is the one liter bottle of Skol beer, because it's cheaper than most other bars in the area. Another customer favorite is the pizza stick, a dough made of flour, sugar, yeast, oregano, eggs, oil and ham, all baked on a stick.
O'Rilley is an Irish pub that was created with the aim of bringing the best beer brands in the world, especially Irish and British brands. This is the best place for tasting good beer while listening to national and international pop rock and playing pool. In case you get hungry, there are appetizers, burgers and sandwiches available. The pub has three floors and looks just like an authentic Irish pub, with exposed brick, a long wooden bar, TVs and short and tall pub tables around the dance floor.