- SHARING PLATES -
PINEAPPLE DA GOYANA $7 GF
Fresh Pineapple, Lime Zest & Fleur de Sel
Served with Corn Tortilla Chips
STUFFED PAO DE QUEIJO $10 GF
- Parmesan & Jalapeno OR
- Prosciutto & Herbs Cheese
QUEIJO COALHO $11 GF
Grilled Curd Cheese with Black Truffle Honey
CHEF JOHAN FAMOUS CRAB CAKE $16
Served with Green Salad and Aioli Sauce
BRAISED BEEF BRUSCHETTA $16
with Blue Cheese Cream
* Just like grandma used to make
- SALADS -
SALADA DO CERRADO $13
Mix Greens, Quinoa, Cucumber, Radish,Cherry Tomatoes, Red Onions, Avocado, Cashew Nuts, Passion Fruit Dressing
SALADA TROPICAL $13
Mix Greens, Hearts of Palm, Fresh Strawberry,
Fresh Mango, Feta Cheese, Capers Dressing
Add Shrimp / Chicken $5
- ENTREES -
FEIJOADA $25 GF
“Brazilian National Dish”
Black Beans and Pork Stew, White Rice, Collard Greens, Farofa
BOBÓ DE CAMARÃO $25 GF
Shrimp and Cassava Stew served over White Rice and Farofa
BRAZILIAN CHICKEN FRICASSE $22 GF
Delicious Chicken Thigh Casserole topped with Mozzarella and Shoestring Potatoes served over White Rice
EMPADÃO GOYANO $18
“Chicken OR Hearts of Palm Pot Pie Brazilian Style"
Chicken, Sausage, Hearts of Palm, Tomato, Corn, Green Peas, Cheese, Served with Green Salad
The Belgian-Brazilian couple behind MOJO Mousse Bar, brings to
El Barrio a new Brazilian-inspired Cocktail Bar located in the space
next door to the mousse shop. The elegant Cocktail Bar is connected to
MOJO Mousse Bar through a door that gives a little speakeasy touch,
and it's the perfect spot for a date or after dinner: drinks + dessert.
The glowing and colorful bar is stacked with craft cachacas, exotic liqueurs, and house-made syrups. The outdoor seating can sit up to 25 people - making it perfect for bigger groups. The decor was inspired by Brazil, the high energy and the love to celebrate life that only Brazilians have - “After a pandemic year and with no many nice places to go in our area we decided that a Brazilian Vibes Cocktail Bar was the perfect addition to the neighborhood”, says co-owner Jaqueline Queiroz. A prominent mural painting of Tropical Brazil, highlights Brazilian female creative figures such as the “Abapuru” from Tarsila do Amaral, quotes of Cora Coralina and a portrait of Carmen Miranda”. “The name Goyana is a homage to my hometown in Brazil: Goiania, located in the country side near the capital, Brasilia”, says Jaqueline. The interior design is signed by Bendesign Studio lead by Brazilian interior designer and Architect Ruben Brito, who has a studio based in Miami, and the art mural was created by Ruben Brito and painted by the artist Adeline Jadot.
The cocktail menu includes “The Goyana” made with aged cachaça, passion fruit and Baunilha do Cerrado (a wild and rare Vanilla found at Jaqueline's family farm in Goias), “El Barrio Tropical” a spicy mango margarita, honoring the neighborhood where they are located - East Harlem and “Belgian Fashion” - an old fashioned made with bourbon and chocolate bitters. The wine list is signed by Chef Johan Halsberghe and includes the Chef’s favorites: Champagne Drappier, Gigondas from Cote du Rhone and top Californian Westwood’s red. The Belgian Beer program includes classics: Duvel,
Chimay, Houblon Chouffe IPA, Westmalle Double and smaller
Belgian crafted bottled beers on rotation.
The small plates pays tribute to the Brazilian and Latino cuisine, includes grilled curd cheese with black truffle honey, typical in Brazil, Stuffed Pão de Queijo (the famous Brazilian Cheese bread) stuffed with parmesan and Jalapeno, Chef’s Johan famous Crab Cakes. The classic Brazilian National Dish "Feijoada" is also available in the regular menu along with other classics such as Bobo de Camarao and Fricasse de Frango.
Many gluten-free and vegetarian options available!
Bar Goyana is located at 177 East 100th St, in East Harlem.
Open Wednesday - Sunday.
In the meantime, check out our latest event pictures below!
Brazilian Vibes, Belgian Beers & Cocktails
177 East 100th Street, New York, NY 10029
Mon & Tue: closed
Wed & Thu: 4pm - 10pm (Kitchen 5pm - 9pm)
Friday: 4pm - 11pm (Kitchen 5pm - 10pm)
Saturday: 12pm - 11pm (Kitchen 12pm - 10pm)
Sunday: 12pm - 9pm (Kitchen 12pm - 8pm)