The post-beach hangout of choice for neighborhood locals since 1956, Jobi serves good coffee, super-chilled draft beer, and lip-smackingly delicious seafood. The bar's bolinhos de bacalhau (cod and potato balls) may well be the best in town. Because the restaurant is so small and unassuming, it's only after you step inside and see the many awards hanging on the walls that you realize just how special Jobi is. This Leblon institution is open from 9 am to 4 am, so you should be able to squeeze it into your schedule. A cocktail favorite here is the caipitequila, a variation on the classic caipirinha that's made with tequila instead of sugarcane rum.
Rua Ataulfo de Paiva 1166, Rio de Janeiro, 22440–035, Brazil