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Pedro Robin has covered his tiny trailer with signs, flags, and a surreal blend of real and faux plants, bringing a bare parking lot to life. Brazil Cafe’s tri-tip sandwiches (picanha), chunks of grilled beef stuffed into a French roll slathered with cilantro-garlic sauce, are famous (get one with ricotta and pineapple). The “bossanova” chicken sandwich is great, too. Everyone sips mango smoothies from plastic glasses.

Hours: 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily

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Price: $

Payment Type: cash

Attire: Casual

Entertainment: Definitely. Have you met the owner?

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