You know who's really got their shit together when it comes to having a good time? Brazilians. I mean think about it. Carnaval, caipirinhas, Brazilian steakhouses, those Brazilian bikinis, Brazilian waxing...ok, maybe that last one is only fun in the post stages. But you get my drift.
Now offering you yet another chance to have a grand old time Brazil style, Tapas y Tintos. Yes, that's right, the Spanish tapas place on Española. Why? Who knows? Who cares? All that matters is if you head on over tonight, you can enjoy some top notch samba, bossa nova, and jazz, all live thanks to songstress Rose Max, guitarist Ramatis, Fabi Patino of Lanzallamas fame, and bassist Diogo Brown.
Oh, and did I mention they're offering two-for-one caipirinhas all night? Yeah, so get your asses down to Tapas y Tintos (440 Española Way) to down some libations and show off your new Brazilian wax at 9 p.m.
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