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Polis Sucos Juice Bars, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

 
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kachou_n's pictureby kachou_n Food travel tip
added on the 15th of September, 2010
Rio de Janeiro is chock full of juice bars, not surprise considering the temperature during the day. In any case, Polis Sucos, one of these chains of juice bars, offers some healthy and delicious alternatives to regular soft drinks.

What's interesting about these juice bars in the sheer variety of fruits you can order in you drink, complete with more unusual options (for tourists, at least) like persimmon or soursop. They also sell a type of local energy drink (but it is natural) made of açaí, the fruit of a certain type of palm tree, which is often mixed with other fruits like bananas, and topped with cereal or pieces of granola bars.

Address:
R. Maria Quitéria, 70 - Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, 22410-040, Brazil

Price:
Juices cost about $2

 
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