We only stayed for drinks and they were very tasty! Friendly staff in the bar. Cozy brazilian place with good music. Would absolutely recommend it.
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Friend and I were walking around Nolita on Elizabeth Street looking for place for dinner and stumbled upon BarBossa. Very small restaurant with Brazilian inspired menu. Greeted by friendly bartender and wait staff. Tables very close together but didn't matter--relatively quiet. Cool decor. Food was...More
Happened to be walking down the SOHO in NYC on Black Friday and all restaurants were full around 3 PM. Finally went into Bar Bossa, a very small restaurant that was full. We were 5 in the group so I asked anyway about a place...More
While bopping around Soho and seeking an early dinner, my wife and I discovered this warm little bar/bistro with an intriguing, Brazilian focused menu, tucked along a quiet street. We were greeted by friendly staff and enjoyed a great meal. My wife had the eggplant...More
This is our favorite spot in the city. Great food, great people. It looks tiny up front, but there is another big table in the back. We are there often when in town.
It's a tiny Brazilian place and the food is second to none. Very limited drink selection, but we don't care. Great staff, great atmosphere, great Rice Bolognese Lasagne. That's it - I'll be there tonight.
As Ireland was beaten by Italy in the European Cup, I decided to go with my wife to an Italian bar where they played the match on TV to cheer for Italy when they were playing England. I went to BarBossa (as I was on...More
A local recommended this tiny restaurant to us; we loved it. Lots of atmosphere, good intelligent service, delicious food (try the tuna tartare - yummy), good cocktails. The food is Brazilian.
It is best to go to BarBossa before 7p if you want to sit for dinner - the place is quite small and gets crowded fast. It has a relaxed atmo and friendly service. The food and drink menus are very interesting. We started with...More