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AUTHENTIC BRAZILIAN FOOD WITH A BOSSA NOVA VIBE

AUTHENTIC BRAZILIAN FOOD WITH A BOSSA NOVA VIBE

Caf√© Bossa Nova is located in the heart of the Hillcrest community in Little Rock, Arkansas. Not a Brazilian steakhouse; Caf√© Bossa Nova brings traditional dishes unique to the southeast region of Brazil just like the ones you would find on the corner in Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, or S√£o Paulo. All of our recipes are prepared using the highest quality imported and fresh ingredients (organic when possible). Bossa Nova, a fusion of soft samba and American jazz, is a Brazilian music genre that began on the tropical beaches of Rio de Janeiro in the late 1950s when a small group of mainly middle-class students, artists, and musicians came together to create a new sound. It was a youthful celebration of romance, beach culture, and sensual pleasure. Bossa Nova's twin figureheads are Ant√īnio Carlos Jobim (Tom Jobim), a gifted composer, also blessed with classical good looks, and Jo√£o Gilberto, a guitarist and singer who came to Rio from the poorer Bahia state in the northeastern region of Brazil. The song that lit the touch-paper for the bossa nova explosion in the US and the rest of the world was called ‚ÄúThe Girl From Ipanema,‚ÄĚ sung by Astrud Gilberto (Jo√£o Gilberto‚Äôs wife) in a wispy but beguiling girlish voice, which reached #5 in the US pop singles chart in the summer of 1964.

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